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    Thank you so much @PointC Much appreciated Zahir
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    Right Time

    Hi Forum, I'm working on a project in which I have composed a svg graphic, which shows a clock on a fireplace. What I want to achieve is that the clock displays the right time, but the clock hands are not in the correct position. Can someone show me how to put them in the right position? Thank you Zahir
  3. Thanks for getting back to me. All the best Zahir
  4. Hi @ZachSaucier, Thank you for help. Is there a possibility to add a a Pinch-to-zoom function to this project as well? Your help is much appreciated. Zahir
  5. How do I do that? Sorry for my ignorance. My understanding is at a beginners level when it comes to java script and gsap.
  6. Thank you so much!😀 You are awesome @ZachSaucier
  7. Hi @ZachSaucier, This is great, but how can I stop it from vanishing when the minus button is clicked continuously? So basically at the start I want the user to zoom in only by clicking the plus button, and then when the user clicks the minus button the svg graphic only zooms out to the original size and stays like that until the user clicks on the plus button again to zoom in. I hope this makes sense. Can you show me please? Many thanks, Zahir
  8. Hi forum, I'm working on a project which zooms in and out a svg graphic, but the problem is that when I continuously click the minus button the svg vanishes and than flips upside down:( Is there any way that you can limit the zoom out function so that it reverts back to the svg starting point / original size? Any help will be much appreciated. Zahir
  9. Thank you so much @Shaun Gorneau You're a star. Zahir:)
  10. Hi forum, I'm almost there with this project, it works fine when you click in the order from green, red and blue, but the problem is when you click in a different colour sequence , such as blue, red and green the animation does not function correctly. Essentially all I want is for the user to navigate through the animations in whatever order. I really appreciated your help last time. Zahir
  11. https://codepen.io/AlphaArt/pen/VwYxYgL Hi @elegantseagulls, I'm almost there with this project, it works fine when you click in the order from green, red and blue, but the problem is when you click in a different colour sequence , such as blue, red and green the animation does not function correctly. Essentially all I want is for the user to navigate through the animations in whatever order. I really appreciated your help last time. Zahir
  12. Hi @elegantseagulls, Thank you so much for this:) Will give it a go. Zahir
  13. Hi @elegantseagulls, How would I do this? I am pretty new to gsap. Can you show me an example please. Thanks
  14. Hi Forum, I'm working on a project using gsap and I have composed a svg UI, that when you click on the coloured buttons you activate a staggered tween of coloured circles, for example click green square and the green circles animate and so on. So far I have managed to use the, .isActive() method and the result is that of a toggle effect on each button, so only when the animation is completed you can click on the button again to reverse the animation. Is there a way to disable the other buttons so the user doesn't activate the other animations at the same time? Or more importantly, click on one button to activate an animation, but when the user clicks on another button it reverses the current animation and then plays the activated animation. So basically click on the green button and the green circles animates and then the user clicks on the red button, the green circles reverse and then the red circles animate. I hope this makes sense. Your help will be much appreciated. Thank you. Zahir
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