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splittext revert is erasing spans that were there before

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Hi there,

 

I'm using splittext and wanting to animate a passage of text and then to underline a key region within that text. It looks like the split text function deletes the span I had used before because I'm not seeing it within the array of stuff it creates or in the text string that appears once I revert. I can provide a codepen if needed but I just wanted to make sure. Please let me know if I need to. Thanks! 

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BTW, I confirmed I am using the latest version of greensock and all of the plugins.

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Yeah, providing a CodePen demo is best. This way we can see your actual code and don't have to build something from scratch guessing how you did it.

I'm not exactly sure what the problem is, so seeing it is best.

 

Go ahead and fork this pen:

 

See the Pen pEKYVz by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen

 

 

As you can see it already splits and reverts text with nested spans

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@ericshew replied via email and said: 

 

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"Whoops... I was being a big dummah. I was using an array to store a series of quotes and I was using the TEXT command where I should have been using HTML.  This was my first time with Splittext and I saw that the embeds weren't supported on earlier versions and I assumed the error was in the plugin. My mistake!"

 

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