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  1. I'm sorry. I was sleep deprived and overreacted. Thanks for you help, guys. What I'm trying is more code related than webflow's. Zach gave me the hint I needed. Now I just need to figure out how to call that scroll position update after draggin horizontal. I will do my research. Thanks again.
  2. That's the thing, I'm a designer, not a developer. I bought the club membership so I can spice up my designs. I don't want to learn how to do it in Webflow, I want to learn how to implement it in Webflow using Greensock plugins. That's all. Am I sensing sarcasm?
  3. This is the part I don't know how to do. The demo was built on Webflow using Greensock's plugins. I asked here because I need the draggable with throwProps functionality, as the example does. In Webflow, I can recreate the horizontal scroll, but don't know how to update the scrollbar position so I can use Webflow's interactions. My bad for asking here, I guess. Thanks for your time.
  4. Hey, Zach! Sorry I didn't make myself clear. This is a good example of what I meant: https://scroll-bounce.webflow.io/. As you can see, as you drag each slide horizontal, native scrollbar updates to a new position on y. This will allow me to use interactions in webflow's platform. Please, let me know if you need a better explanation. English is not my primary language, but I'll try my best. Thanks!
  5. Hi, everyone! Is there a way to sync, lets say, a 100vw horizontal drag to its vertical native scrolling position? I'm designing a website in webflow's platform and need to use its "Scroll into view" interaction to trigger an animation every horizontal slide drag. Am I making any sense? I attached a codepen URL with a drag & scroll animation. Eventually, I want to eliminate the scrolling part so it's draggable only. My coding skills are close to none, so pardon my ignorance.
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