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timelineMax js Rotation problem

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Hello,

 

i can't  fix the problem of the time line rotation  the between the cw and ccw direction when the text is "c" !

 

I tried different value but nothing changed !

 

I can not reinitialize the timeline

 

thx for your help !

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This is an overwrite an issue. Your values are getting out of sync when you interrupt an animation. You need to keep track of your animation's state somehow. For a simple rotational animation that isn't too hard. You could store the values on the element's data property like this example.

See the Pen QNpxEo?editors=0010 by osublake (@osublake) on CodePen

 

I'm not familiar with Chart.js, and what you have looks fairly complex, so it might be better to not animate your objects directly. You could use another object/class, as a proxy for your animation.

 

I made something other day that does that. I use the change in position of a hidden div that can be dragged/thrown as the value to update the frame number on a sprite animation. I turned on some borders so you can see the hidden stuff.

See the Pen ?editors=0010 by osublake (@osublake) on CodePen

 

That's using Draggable, which of course you don't need. The point is to show how you can use something else to animate other stuff. I modified your example to use a RadarAnimation class I quickly put together. Now you can click as fast as you want.

See the Pen ?editors=0010 by osublake (@osublake) on CodePen

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OK, thx it's perfect... it's exactly what i need, i'm gone check that. !!!  8-) thx for your examples !

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