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if/else statement

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I need help creating a if/else function.

 

'when you click the red square 

    if

blue square is at position x (could be any random position on the x axis)

 

green square tweens to the right'

   else if 

green square is a position x

   else

both square tweens to the right

 

& vice versa

 

See the Pen anogd by AKA77 (@AKA77) on CodePen

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hmm, this really has little to do with GreenSock, and typically questions like this are better suited for stackoverflow or other general javascript forums but I whipped up a very basic example:

 

http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/dff9e94b4880a59cd72840305e665a9e/

 

I wasn't sure about:

- if the value set for position x for the blue square was supposed to be the same value for position x of the green square

 

- when you say "both squares" tween to the right, I wasn't sure which 2 of the 3 squares you were referring.. I guesed blue and green.

 

- what you mean by vice versa (in this context)

 

Hope this gets you on your way. Happy Tweening!

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hmm, this really has little to do with GreenSock, and typically questions like this are better suited for stackoverflow or other general javascript forums but I whipped up a very basic example:

 

See the Pen dff9e94b4880a59cd72840305e665a9e by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen

 

I wasn't sure about:

- if the value set for position x for the blue square was supposed to be the same value for position x of the green square

 

- when you say "both squares" tween to the right, I wasn't sure which 2 of the 3 squares you were referring.. I guesed blue and green.

 

- what you mean by vice versa (in this context)

 

Hope this gets you on your way. Happy Tweening!

Thanks so much using the ".left" tag does not work but "x" & "y" works fine, could you please adjust there code so it has "x" axis's instead of "left" please

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I don't know what you mean by "x doesn't work" as the demo I provided seems to work fine.

 

Regardless I made some small edits to use x instead of left.

 

http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/6c811c3251c9bac454ec3c33e2d40cc2?editors=001

 

x is fundamentally different than left, as x is short-hand for transform:translateX().

If you aren't familiar with css transforms read:

 

http://css-tricks.com/almanac/properties/t/transform/

http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/graphics/hands-on-css3/hands-on_2d-transforms.htm

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