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Resetting rotation

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I have a button that, when clicked does

 

 

tl = new TimelineLite();
tl.to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-180, z: -500});
tl.to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-360, z: 0});
 
Trying to figure out how go to get the rotationY at 0 so when clicking the button again, it'll rotate and animate correctly.
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If you always want the animation to start with rotatioY:0

 

you can put a set() into your timeline

 

 

 

tl.set(photo, {rotationY:0})//same as a tween with a duration of 0 seconds
 .to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-180, z: -500})
 .to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-360, z: 0});
 

Or the first tween can be  a fromTo() tween

 

 

 

tl.fromTo(photo, 1, {rotationY:0, z:0}, {rotationY:-180, z: -500})
  .to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-360, z: 0});
 

Or you could simply clear the inline styles that the last tween set

 

 

 

tl.to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-180, z: -500})
  .to(photo, 1, {rotationY:-360, z: 0, clearProps:"all"});
 

 

*note this last option assumes that the timeline will always finish before another click happens.

 

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