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I started with a counter, which was from 0 to 100.
Then I'd tried also what could happen with a progress element.
Btw how can I make, one or another, (number counter, or native html5 progress) to follow the whole body vertical scroll progress?
Setting something like end: +=9999 is not working so well, and setting 999 ends to early and doest count to 100%.
I've seen also scrollproxy but I cant understand how to make it working properly on  vertical way, as many demos shows only some elements expand horizontally, (using scrollproxy).

Of course I can easily set a start and an end point with scrolltrigger, but I really don't understand how to fetch and follow the whole document height.

Thank you, as usual.

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You just need to create a ScrollTrigger without a trigger. 😉


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