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Snapping on scrollTrigger stopped in the middle

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It's snapping correctly - you just set up your animations in the timeline in a way that doesn't line up with those snapping points. You basically told snapping to space the points evenly across the timeline but your animations are spread differently. Like the last one doesn't fade out. And there's a fade-in at the start. I think it'd be cleaner to just drop a label into the key spots where you want it to snap, and then use something like snap: "labelsDirectional": 

See the Pen oNeRLyK?editors=0010 by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen

 

Does that clear things up? 

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4 hours ago, GreenSock said:

It's snapping correctly - you just set up your animations in the timeline in a way that doesn't line up with those snapping points. You basically told snapping to space the points evenly across the timeline but your animations are spread differently. Like the last one doesn't fade out. And there's a fade-in at the start. I think it'd be cleaner to just drop a label into the key spots where you want it to snap, and then use something like snap: "labelsDirectional": 

 

 

 

Does that clear things up? 

Thanks for the quick reply,
Yes, I understand now, Thank you so much for helping me out

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