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Is it possible to make Scrollorama responsive?

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Hi greensocks,


First, I realize my request is only marginally related to Greensock by relation to SuperScrollorama but I thought this would be the best forum to ask.


I've done as broad of a web search as possible on the topic and came up with this example:



Which, honestly, while unanswered on that site, seems to be working. Still, does anybody else have any experience combining these two features? Is this even recommended for performance, stability, etc?


As GSAP for javascript is fairly new, I often see questions posted here of the experimental nature so I'm hoping some minds will have given this some thought they'd like to share.


As always, thanks for any insight!

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Neither I nor the author of Superscrollorama have experience doing responsive design with Superscrollorama, no. Sorry. I'm not quite sure what to advise. I wish I could help more. But if you discover any hidden gems or tips and tricks, please do post back here and let us know.

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