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marko krstic

tl1 on 1st click, tl2 on 2nd click

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Thanks in advance. I'm wondering how to make odd and even timeline trigger on click. 

I found solutions for reverse but I would like do to something else when animation is going back.

 

Thats why I created tl1 and tl2 but not sure how to trigger tl1 on first click and tl2 on second.

 

See the Pen eYOBYgL by krstivoja (@krstivoja) on CodePen

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Hi @marko krstic,

 

Depending on what it is you want to do, you might want to use simple tweens rather than timelines. Timelines *can* be tougher to control in this type of situation because once they play ... they're done. I say *can* because, depending on other factors, they may be just what you're looking for! Just need more info about what you'd like to accomplish.

 

See the Pen mdbOdqr by sgorneau (@sgorneau) on CodePen

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Hey @Shaun Gorneau Thanks for reply and solution.

 

Goal for me is to create menu navigation when I will have different animation when it's opening and when it's closing. 

That's why I imagine that with 2 timelines. 1st timeline when you are opening it and 2nd time line on closing.

 

Does that make sense?

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7 hours ago, marko krstic said:

Thanks a lot and I still need to read a lot about gsap and differences between:
"var tl = new TimelineLite()
tl.to"
and
"TweenLite.to"

Maybe Jack's explanation here can help make the differences more clear. 

 

If there are particular points of confusion about the two, please let us know! We're happy to help.

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1 minute ago, marko krstic said:

I'm really glad I bought premium package. This support it's priceless!

Haha, if that's a joke, it's a good one given I don't see any membership associated with your account :) 

 

The support on these forums is free! We have a group of incredibly helpful volunteers who moderate the forums for the most part. So thank them for the help that they give!

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Hey @ZachSaucier it's not a joke. I'm just looking on bigger picture.

They created a tool, forum and engaged people to collaborate.

That's why I'm glad I invested money in this tool and not some other one.

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