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Jess.Park

.call is not firing in TimelineMax

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I'm using Countup.js to change text vaule.

I want to fire countup function in specific position point. ("endSubSlideOut")

I did what the docs says, but it's not firing at all.

What am I doing wrong?

 

function updateDutchPrice(screenName, endVal) {
  console.log(screenName, endVal);
 
  var countUpTarget = document.querySelector(
    `#${screenName} .slideInfo.my.number.total`
  );
  const countUp = new CountUp(countUpTarget, endVal);
  countUp.start();
}
 
var SlideDutchTimeline = new TimelineMax({ paused: true });
SlideDutchTimeline.add(dutchMainToInput())
  .add(dutchMainFillInput())
  .add(dutchMainPressPayBtn())
  .add(dutchMainSlideOut("SlideScreenDutchMain"), "-=0.7")
  .addLabel("endMainSlideOut", "-=0.8")
  .add(dutchMainSlideIn("SlideScreenDutchMain"), "endMainSlideOut")
  .add(moveDutchWaves("SlideScreenDutchMain", "-=30%"), "endMainSlideOut")
  .addLabel("endDutchMain", "+=1.6")
  .add(dutchSubMainToInput(), "endDutchMain+=0.5")
  .add(dutchSubFillInput(), "+=0.5")
  .add(dutchSubPressPayBtn())
  .add(dutchMainSlideOut("SlideScreenDutchSub"), "-=0.7")
  .addLabel("endSubSlideOut", "-=0.8")
  .add(dutchMainSlideIn("SlideScreenDutchSub"), "endSubSlideOut")
  .call(
    updateDutchPrice,
    ["SlideScreenDutchMain", 14000],
    null,
    "endSubSlideOut"
  )
  .add(moveDutchWaves("SlideScreenDutchMain", "-=30%"), "endSubSlideOut")
  .add(moveDutchWaves("SlideScreenDutchSub", "-=60%"), "endSubSlideOut");
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I don't notice an obvious problem with your code, so there must be something else going on - can you please provide a reduced test case? It's difficult for us to troubleshoot without seeing the problem in context. Do you perhaps have an earlier animation that's infinitely repeating or something that'd push the "endSubSlideOut" waaaaaay back in the timeline so that the playhead isn't hitting it for a LOOOOONG time? Are there any errors in the console? 

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