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how tween with hex colors ? [solved]

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hey guys , how gsap work to tween with hex colors tint ?
i get weird result.
 

    cs.tint = 0xffffff; // default
        TweenLite.to(cs, 0.6, {
        tint: 0x228200, // green
        ease: Power4.easeOut,
    });

 

N6L92043_o.gif

 

Existe a native method to compute hex color transition and keep green transition?

thanks

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yes this look perfect for me thank a lot for your fast answer.

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Hi @jonForum 

 

If you're using PixiJS, the PixiPlugin can handle all your coloring needs and more.

 

var tl = new TimelineMax({ repeat: -1, yoyo: true })
  .to(sprite, 1, { pixi: { tint: "#ff0" }})
  .to(sprite, 1, { pixi: { tint: 0x2196F3 }})
  .to(sprite, 1, { pixi: { tint: "hsl(180, 90%, 60%)" }})
  .to(sprite, 1, { pixi: { tint: "rgb(236, 64, 122)" }});

 

 

See the Pen GPrRoM by osublake (@osublake) on CodePen

 

 

 

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I get the same initial results as OP. Is there a trick to tweening hex colors in GSAP v3 with no ColorPropsPlugin and without Pixi?

 

*edited

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Yup. I'm experimenting with that right now and it seems to work well. However I'm tweening a lot of elements simultaneously and want to avoid expensive string operations. Therefore I was wondering if a number based tween was possible.

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GSAP parses it and keeps it as a number internally so you don't have to worry about any string operations being expensive.

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