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  1. How did I not guess? That's exactly what I need! Thanks a lot! @Shrug ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  2. @ZachSaucier Hey, Zach! No no, there is another follow, When you move cursor from a to b diagonally the circle in your example moves straight like a green line, but here https://www.wolfwhale.com/contact/ the circle moves like blue line. Sorry for this drawing.
  3. Hi, all! I found a cool follow mouse effect here https://www.wolfwhale.com/contact/, When you move mouse diagonally the circle starts follow with angle. I mean the way how the circle follows the cursor is not straight, it is parabola. How can I achieve this effect? Can you give me an advice in which direction should I go, please?
  4. Thanks a lot, Zach!!! I really appreciate your help!
  5. @ZachSaucier Thanks! I tried too much method that even tried to use set()s in timeline, Even so it doesn't work with gsap.set() too. Can you try use gsap.set instead of tl.pause(0), please? I can't understand how to make it work with gsap.set().
  6. Hi! I'm sorry, but I have some issue with mouseleave, in demo as you can see image with overlay is not dissapearing, if I make tl.reverse() on mouseleave everything is fine, but I need my timeline to hide everything immediately. What am I doing wrong?
  7. @ZachSaucier No, I was on macbook pro and used mousewheel. Yes, it become smoother. Thanks, Zach!
  8. @ZachSaucier When I use touch pad the animation is smooth, But if I'm using mouse there is jumping, it's weird, I will try on Monday on another pc. Yes, I saw their animation is always working, that was my second future question how to limit animation, but your example has already shown) Thanks!
  9. @ZachSaucier Thanks a lot, Zach!!! There are some jumps on scroll, but it smoother than if I updated position on scroll callback, How do you think they have smooth animation because of a smooth scroll? Anyway, now I have a great example! I will try to reedit your codepen and post it here.
  10. Do you mean position fixed? If so I know that, but if you look at my first codepen, there is a div and a cursor inside it, there is no option to use position: fixed;
  11. @ZachSaucier Zach, I tried to make with ticker, but I can't understand how to use ticker() without events, So I tried with events, my logic is not right, but I think it's near) I recreated codepen with single cursor. So cursor not working properly for the first time, but if scroll by mouse wheel one time it starts to work correctly only for one position change, And then mousewheel not changing position, works only mousemove. https://codepen.io/ChicagoJostik/pen/dyYVeaN Can you give another advice, please? 🙏🙏🙏
  12. @ZachSaucier Thanks, Zach! I will try to use ticker.
  13. @ZachSaucier Hi, Zach! Yes, exactly. I tried first one, but not sure right or not, and get some jumps, it updates but not smoothly. Second alternative can't understand what you mean, how can I drop mousemove event with gsap.ticker?
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