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  1. I like the .add option (second pen). Was wondering if I could put a function inside the .add as a possible 3rd solution..?
  2. I am trying to gradually speed up the animation while it repeats. Is this possible using timeScale? The line of code I put in there: .fromTo(part1, 4, {timeScale:1}, {timeScale:15, ease:"Power0.easeNone"}); is obviously not doing the trick.. Thanks in advance.
  3. The issue: When replaying the SplitText animation, some of the letters on the right are not starting the animation straight away. Instead of sliding in as they are supposed to, they are already positioned and only start the animation from there. This doesn't happen when the animation plays for the first time, only when revisiting the first slide after paging through the other slides. This happens in Firefox, Opera and IE latest version.
  4. Thanks that worked in the codepen. However my actual function is as follows: part3 = new TimelineMax(); part3.call(lighttwo, null , null , "+=0.5"); function lighttwo() { if (navigator.userAgent.match(/MSIE 8/) !== null) { animatethree.add(part4b, 5.6); return tl; } else { animatethree.add(part4, 5.6); return tl; } } animatethree.add(part1, 0.2) .add(part2, "-=0.2") .add(part3, "+=0.1"); The function starts firing from the st
  5. Thanks for all the suggestions I have created a CodePen which mimics my scenario: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/vEQpVg In part3 the purpleBox is not moving and the function in part4 doesn't make the purpleBox fade. Seems like this is not the way to set things up..I am really new to all this stuff so that explains a lot. Thanks for the quick response. Really appreciated.
  6. Thanks for this. I am using this code: animatethree.add(part1, 0.2) .add(part2, "-=0.2") .add(part3, "-=0.1") .add(spottwo()); function spottwo() { if (_isOldIE) { animatethree.add(part4b); } else { animatethree.add(part4); } } but this doesn't work.
  7. In the Greensock Home Page animation it shows how to use a different code for IE8 using an if (_isOldIE) ..else statement. Then, in the codepen it states: tl.add( new TweenMax(star, duration, etc. etc. Is it possible to add a TimelineMax sequence there instead of TweenMax and is there a codepen example of this anywhere?
  8. Is transformOrigin supported in IE9? If not, is there a work around? Strangely enough I don't have an issue with this in IE 8. Box 2 is supposed to rotate from the top but doesn't seem to do this in IE9. Thanks in advance. Any suggestion is much appreciated.
  9. Ok thanks for clearing that up.
  10. Thanks, I made the corrections but it still doesn't work in IE8. The motion of the object sweeps in a different direction. The error console message in IE 8 states: Object doesn't support property or method 'addEventListener' Any work arounds?
  11. After using the bezier method I am running into a problem moving the same object, in IE8 only. (other browsers work fine.) In IE8 the object doesn't seem to disconnect properly from the bezier path and does it's own thing when I try to move it some new, straight direction. I tried to work around this by using the tl.set method on the object after the bezier motion, but that did not change anything. Is there a work around this?
  12. Thanks a lot, that solved my issue. I was rotating the div in which the image was wrapped, instead of rotating the image itself.
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