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as good as it gets?

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I have a prize wheel, i am trying to get the winning prize slot to highlight....i have tried several schemes, transit JS, full blown jquery, and now finally tweenmax...best results with tweenmax, for sure, but is this a limit that I cant expect to defeat? Im changing only opacity and rotation, not supposed to be calling draws, and so Im forced to believe that the lag happens in the switch or in the class select which im calling every tick...which is my problem i guess...

 

I suppose the concept could use a brand new architecture from the ground up, maybe im doing something obviously dumb, maybe I can eliminate the jquery lib and get down to tweenlite and tweencss....minify....but beyond that, im out of ideas.

 

i have seen sooo many sweet animations, this one seems trivial, but apparently its too clunky. Im open to any and all ideas. thanks so much in advance!

See the Pen wBbWGp by anon (@anon) on CodePen

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hmm....if anyone cares, I hacked up a stupider solution to my problem that appears to run far smoother by juggling z-index instead at the cost of loading larger amounts of assets -- 

See the Pen JoqRXJ by anon (@anon) on CodePen

 

dont hate me :/

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Hi pellmellism  :)

 

I think in this case that's better to use SVG Graphic : 

See the Pen bNyqjG by MAW (@MAW) on CodePen

 

but if you want to use PNG sequences , i think that's better to go this way ( don't forget to preload images at first )

 

See the Pen ByeQvR by MAW (@MAW) on CodePen

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