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Call function in timeline

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Hi,

Im new here. Can you help me? Im would like to call function in this way. Is it possible? How?

.to('.col-box:nth-child(3)', 1, {opacity: 1,delay: 0.2}, 0)
//a call function
.to('.col-box:nth-child(4)', 1, {opacity: 1,delay: 0.3}, 0)	
.to('.col-box:nth-child(5)', 1, {opacity: 1,delay: 0.4}, 0)	

Thanx

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You can use the .add() method to place a function in the timeline where ever you like.

.to('.col-box:nth-child(3)', 1, {opacity: 1,delay: 0.2}, 0)
.add( function(){ console.log('Woohoo!') } )
.to('.col-box:nth-child(4)', 1, {opacity: 1,delay: 0.3}, 0)	
.to('.col-box:nth-child(5)', 1, {opacity: 1,delay: 0.4}, 0)

See the Pen vgxjQb?editors=1111 by sgorneau (@sgorneau) on CodePen

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On 1/20/2017 at 7:55 PM, Carl said:

You can also use call() if you need to pass in parameters to the function you are calling.


tl.call(myFunction, ["param1", "param2"]);

Check out the docs. Lots of good info: https://greensock.com/docs/#/HTML5/All/TimelineLite/call/

Is there way to add delay before call? Am looping through an array to call a function via timeline  and playing it after loop ends.

 

Tried delay parameter but not working;

 outlines.forEach(element => {
        tl.delay(1).call(animatePath, [canvaselement0.01], duration)
        duration = duration + 0.2
    });
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@anishjana_ It's not clear to me from your brief description exactly what you want to do. You can use the third (position) parameter of .call() to place the function call where you need it to be within the timeline as the docs cover. Currently you have duration in that slot. Perhaps it'd help you to better understand the position parameter.

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