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Alberto Plebani

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  1. I've updated the sandbox introducing scrollsmoother but as you can see (https://codesandbox.io/s/crimson-fire-pgvln0?file=/src/Page2.js) rendering with pinning has been completely broken. Can you tell me what is wrong? Here it is the original sandbox without scrollsmoother: https://codesandbox.io/s/practical-leavitt-w82fmp with the desired pinning experience.
  2. Sorry for the late reply, here it is the codesandbox: https://codesandbox.io/s/crimson-fire-pgvln0?file=/src/Page2.js The rendered page behaves exactly as i wish. On Desktop and ios experience is great but testing with some android older models (even if not older than a couple of years) the experience is awful since when pinning/unpinning the page "jumps". I'm not using ScrollSmoother here. Can you tell me: 1) is there something i can do to have better and smoother android experience? 2) does ScrollSmoother allow me to obtain better results? If so how can i add it? To be honest: https://feature.undp.org/wilderness-of-water/ is a kind of experience i'd like to replicate and it doesn't "jumps" when scrolling even on android devices Thanks in advance for your really outstanding support
  3. I installed the trial but adding ScrollSmoother breaks react rendering
  4. Hello, i've implemented the suggestions you provided but on mobile, especially android devices, i'm experiencing small jumps when pinning/unpinning happen. I've read that ScrollSmoother should solve the issue and i'd like to test it but before buying the license i'd like to test it. I'm developing a proof of concept in react using Gsap. Is there any way i can test locally the ScrollSmoother library before buying the license?
  5. Thank you very much, i implemented both strategies and was able to solve the needs! Thank you very much for your quick support. I have to say i have a jerky scrolling on my mobile device and i think it's quite strange since https://artsexperiments.withgoogle.com/meroe/ has smooth transitions between sections (but maybe it is due to the fact i don't have a snap effect and scroll is commanded by the user)
  6. Hello, i have great difficulties in creating a simple scroll experience like the one here https://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/KKpLdWW but i0d like to have some slides with content longer than the viewport. My problem is that when content is longer, it is truncated and not shown. And as a bonus, i'd like to have it working on mobile with the browser bar that doesn't disappear so UX is not ruined.