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Start one function twice with different params at same time

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Hi all,

 

I'm freaked out by now, since I've spend quite some time on creating the following situation:

Create one function, which gets some params ( value and scope ) and make it run it twice at the same moment ( actually at a certain scrollingposition using superscrollorama) with different params.

 

What should I use and what would be the correct syntax?

 

At this moment I'm on my ipad so I don't have some example code. I'm hoping to get some helpful responses, but if it's important, I will update this topic soon with my example code...

 

Thanks already, folks!

 

All the best,

 

Menno

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Have you tried just adding two function calls at the same time? Seems to work fine to me:

var  somefunction = function(param1, param2) {
  // ...
}

var tl = new TimelineLite();
tl.call(somefunction, ["value1", "value2"]);
tl.call(somefunction, ["value3", "value4"]);

No idea about using Superscrollorama, but you can certainly add as many function calls at whatever times you want to a TimelineLite/Max. TimelineLite.call()

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Hi,
 
Thank you for your swift response!
 
I think I did mix things up, since I was (indeed) able to fix it quite easy based on your comments.
If I recall correctly I was trying to make it work chaining a few '.add's in there.

 

Now I have this code, which is working like a charm:

controller.addTween($('#id1'),
    myTimelineMax
        .call(functionName, ["#id2", value1, value2])
        .call(functionName, ["#id3", value3, value4])
        .add(TweenMax.from(
            $('#id4'), 0.7, {css: {bottom: 0}, delay: 2})
        )
    ,0,0,true);

Thanks again! You made my day :)

 

Best regards,

 

Menno

 

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