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  1. Yes, Shaun. That's exactly what I wanted. Thanks a lot.
  2. Hi All, Me again. I'm trying to get my head around the TimelineMax way of animating: What I want to do seems simple: milestone_1 scales up, pauses for 0.3 sec while milestone_2 scales up. While milestone_2 pauses for 0.3 sec, milestone_1 scales back down then milestone_2 scales back down. (Many elements chained together like this should result in a wave-like progression.) How do I do this? I've tried different methods, to no avail. Below is one attempt that doesn't work. The result of code below is: milestone_1 scales up, then milestone_2 scales up, then mileston
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    pausing a timeline

    Thanks, Carl. That helps a lot.
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    pausing a timeline

    You're correct, Carl. First 2 lines work but last doesn't. I changed my code to: TweenLite.defaultEase = Elastic.easeInOut tl1 = new TimelineMax({repeat: -1}); tl1.to( this.myInstanceName, 3.5, {scaleY: 2, scaleX: 2 } ) .to( this.myInstanceName, 3.5, {scaleY: 1, scaleX: 1}, "+=2"); ...and it works. Much appreciated! I have two related but broader questions. (Let me know if I should create a different post.) : 1.) Obviously, my unfamiliarity with the terms and basic syntax is the problem. I've run into t
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    pausing a timeline

    Hi, I'm doing something wrong here. Just trying to use the first option above (code for the red ball) to get 'myInstanceName' to do the scale up, pause and then scale down thing. As indicated, I'm publishing an HTML Canvas project with Animate CC ...and writing this in the script window: ////THIS WORKS tl_mytimeline = new TimelineMax({paused:true, reversed:true}); TweenLite.defaultEase = Elastic.easeInOut; tl_mytimeline.to(this.myInstanceName, 3.5,{scaleX:2,scaleY:2, },0); tl_mytimeline.play(); ////WHY DOESN'T THIS WORK?
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    pausing a timeline

    Thanks much, Shaun and Jack. That's what I needed. ps. I noticed that after a few minutes the 3rd div (blue ball) seems to get out of sync with the others even tho they start at the same time.
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    pausing a timeline

    Hi All, I'm brand new to timelines so please assume this is a very basic answer: I want myElement to scale up then there's a 2 sec wait (where nothing happens) and that scaling up reverses. So simple. Yet I'm floundering. What would that look like? I'm writing this code into Animate CC to be exported as a Canvas project, by the way. Here's my code: tl_mytimeline = new TimelineMax({paused:true, reversed:true}); TweenLite.defaultEase = Elastic.easeInOut; tl_mytimeline.to(this.myElement, 3.5,{scaleX:2
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    Bubble effect?

    Those first two examples look related to what I'm trying to achieve. I'll look into PIXI.js Thanks PointC
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    Bubble effect?

    Thanks Jack, I'm working on a HTML5<canvas> project. I'll look for OSUblake.
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    Bubble effect?

    Thanks Jonathan. Those are very nice...but no that's not the page. I'll keep looking but, in any case: Can I create that bubble/bulge effect using GSAP? (My final product is an <HTML5 canvas>. I've been using Animate CC + GSAP very successfully thus far.)
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    Bubble effect?

    Hello All, I'm just learning the potential of GSAP and would greatly appreciate a resource: A couple months ago I came across a comprehensive demo page somewhere that shows many transform effects that can be achieved with GSAP...You can go down the page and mouseover/click to see what that effect looks like. I've been looking but can't find that now. Anyone know where something like that is? Also: I need a "bubble" effect for a bitmap. I've attached an image that approximates this: Just a slow bulging of the image from the center. Is there a tween effect for that I can use in the sam
  12. Thanks, PointC. Opens a new world of possibilities! Thanks also for the link to those resources.
  13. Hi All, Likely this is a simple answer but I'm unfamilar and just not using the correct terms when searching: I want two movie clips to tween at the same time. The code below just makes the movie clips tween one right after the other..not simultaneously. tl = new TimelineMax({paused:true, reversed:true}); TweenLite.defaultEase = Elastic.easeInOut; tl.to(stage.movieClip1, 1.3,{scaleX:1.3,scaleY:1.3, x: '+=30'}).to (stage.movieClip2, 1.3,{scaleX:1.5,scaleY:1.5, y: '-=60', x: '+=40'}); Thanks much!
  14. NOTE: stage.myMovieClip.myCloseButton.addEvenlistener(.... In the dot syntax path above "myMovieClip" and "myCloseButton" must both be the Instance name of the movie clip (The name of the version that sits upon the stage)...not the name of the movie clip.
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