Posted August 2, 2013
This seems to work great! Thanks again!
Posted August 1, 2013
Thanks! You rock! I am going to download and test shortly. I will report back with the results in a bit.
(Thanks for the warning - having the delayedCalls affected is also expected behavior)
Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately that won't work for my scenario.
I need to be able to affect ALL tweens at all times, even those created in the future.
Is there currently a way to do this? We were fairly reliant on the globalTimeScale functionality.
Can I suggest a reimplementation of this feature?
I can go and recreate the functionality, but I would rather not maintain my own version of your library
If I do need to recreate this on my own - do you have any pointers as to how to go about the best way to implement this?
I am currently porting over a flash project that utilizes the globalTimeScale property of TweenMax and it appears that globalTimeScale is not available in the JS version.
Do you have any suggestions for a workaround? (Unfortunately I cannot use an instance in this scenario, I need to be able to affect ALL tweens).
in GSAP (Flash)
Posted May 12, 2011
Thanks for the reply, but thats not quite what I meant. I am looking for a way to just make one "step" or tick/update to the tweens progress, and if possible, pass in an update delta time.
I know that I can get a tweens duration, and a currentProgress value between 0 and 1, but how do I get the value of one "tick" to pass to the currentProgress?
Actually, I think I may have worked it out while trying to explain, Ill post back once I get something figured out.
Is there any way to manually update/step through a tween?
My goal is to be able to pause a tween, and then step through the updates manually (maybe passing in an update/delta time?).
Any info on whether this is possible would be great!
in TransformManager (Flash)
Posted September 29, 2009
That fixed it, thanks!
Posted September 27, 2009
When I set lockScale to true, the scale cursor still appears when I rollover the handles - I noticed on your demo they do not appear when I choose lockScale.