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GSAP play suppress events

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Hi

 

I know there is a way to seek gsap timeline using

t1.play(time, suppressValue)

 

so if i set the suppressValue to false , all the previous events(add callback, onstart, oncomplete) will be called right ?

 

Is there a way to enable onComplete events alone without enable all the events? 

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2 minutes ago, anotheruser said:

if i set the suppressValue to false , all the previous events(add callback, onstart, oncomplete) will be called right ?

All that are relevant, yes.

 

3 minutes ago, anotheruser said:

Is there a way to enable onComplete events alone without enable all the events? 

Not built in, no. It's rare that people use the suppressEvent parameter, even less so that they only want one of the callbacks to fire :) 

 

If you want it to jump to the end and play the onComplete, I'd use .progress(1), not .play():

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

 

Alternatively, keep suppressValue as true but manually call the onComplete callback function when you use the play.

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