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Any Firefox functionality issues for on-load animation?

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I have another question, and it might be something I'm doing wrong - but my on-load rotation works perfectly in chrome and safari, but does not work in Firefox. My on-click rotation works in all three.

 

Is there a known firefox issue? Or do I need to use a different syntax to run the animation on page load in all browsers?

 

Thanks!

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Hi,

 

As far as I can tell there shouldn't be much of a problem with firefox and the load event. Although I would recommend you to use the onload event and not jQuery's load, since is not very recommended for this uses. Basically preload the image using JS and then call the event handler:

var img = new Image();

img.src = "path/to/your/image.jpg";

img.onload = function(){

  TweenMax.fromTo('#wheel', 3, {rotation:0}, {rotation:792});

};

That should work on all major browsers.

 

Rodrigo.

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Ah yes - I think that should do it. It's just kind of jerky and the motion skips in Firefox, but pre-loading the image should hopefully resolve the issue.

 

Thanks again!

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