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TimelineLite to method is not working correctly

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I have been using greensock for a content slider that has 3 buttons, each related to the div holding the content, I've been using timeline lite for the animation, I first click the button the animation works like it should it translates the values I'm giving it, but when I click the button for a second time the divs holding the content don't translate anymore. I have taken screenshots for what's happening, one of them is what is happening in the DOM after i press the button for a second time, and the other is my code, I was following this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DMzlkmcZCw

 

I appreciate in advance the help.

 

Thank you.

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Hi and welcome to the GreenSock forums,

 

Thanks for posting the demo.

 

It seems you were missing some code in the following function

 

function goToTile(sildeIn, slideOut){
tl = new TimelineLite();
tl.set(slideIn, {x:'200%', autoAlpha:1, className:'+=active'})
.set(slideOut, {className: '-=active'})
.to(slideOut, 0.5, {x:'200%', ease:Power3.easeInOut}, 0)
.to(slideIn, 0.75, {x:'-=200%', ease:Power3.easeInOut}, 0);
}
 
 
I think that should do what you want. 
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Thank you very much Carl, this is exactly what I wanted it to do.

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