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  1. I have a timeline which looks like this below this.tl = new TimelineMax({paused: true}) this.tl.to(this.images[this.count], this.duration, { y: '0%', force3D: true, ease: new Ease(BezierEasing(1, 0.055, 0.015, 0.985))}) this.tl.to(this.images[this.count], this.duration, { y: '-100%', force3D: true, delay: 1, ease: new Ease(BezierEasing(1, 0.055, 0.015, 0.985)),clearProps: 'y'}) this.tl.restart() What i'm trying to achieve is to pause all animation that happens on this timeline, and any animation that is currently running on this "this.tl" timeline.
  2. Thanks guy! That was the problem. I didn't have visibility :hidden on the css.
  3. On my site, I am using a plugin inView, which calls a function when an element has come into view in the page. There is a div in the middle of the page, and i'd like to use this to fade in it and come from the bottom TweenMax.from(element, 1.5, { autoAlpha: 0, y: 100, ease:Expo.easeOut }) The thing is it works, however if I quickly scroll down to this div, I'll see it for a millisecond, a quick flash....and then the effect starts. I tried to use the .set function and set it to autoAlpha: 0...however now it doesn't even fade in at all. Is there
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