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  1. How to animate a sprite images in canvas using GSAP as in this tutorial is shown?
  2. Hey all, I'm currently playing with the timeline and setting up a sequence of animations. So far i've used tl.to in my sequencing and all went good. I then wanted to implement .fromTo however that seemed to mess up my timeline. My objective is fairly simple, summarized in the following steps. 1. I do some initial CSS tweening 2. I fade up some text 3. I tween my div to the outer right 4. I change up some text 5. ISSUE: I now want to re-position my div to the outer left and tween it into center again. Ive set up an illustrative codepen example here: http://codepen.io/mrsgs/pen/IeLrF Note: uncomment line 15 to see the issue apply
  3. Hey All, I'm pretty new to these tools, only been working with them for about a week and I'm VERY impressed -- Great work! I'm using the tools to assist me in building a mobile app and they are performing delightfully with phonegap on both iOS and Android devices. Kudos. I am wondering if there's an easy (or at least highly performant) way in which to cause a "Draggable" item (in my situation, basically a div/box on the screen) to change it's opacity/alpha based upon how far away it gets from the "bounds" it's located within? Basically, I want the user to be aware that moving the box a certain amount will dismiss it and remove it by fading the box out more and more as it moves away (and I'd want to fade it back in if it returns), but I haven't found a great way to do this yet. Any help/thoughts would be greatly appreciated -- Thank you! -Flinn
  4. Hello Everybody, I had a question on what everyone's preference is when animating... Do you prefer seconds or frames when animating? Also in what instances do you suggest animating in frames? I'm trying to get a better grasp of animating with GSAP using frames. In computer animation when animating, for example 24fps. So in GSAP when animating with frames using the useFrames special property. What determines the frames per second (FPS)? Does the browser determine the FPS? Thanks for any help with my questions to better understand using frames with GSAP!
  5. This is my pen: http://codepen.io/vincentccw/pen/qrsAg right now all the divs move together and back to its original position, but how do I animate the div 1 after another? Do I have to target every single div 1 by 1 and animate it? Wouldn't the code be massive is so?
  6. I have created a sample for it: http://codepen.io/vincentccw/pen/vLIGh If you look into my javascript panel I have 2set of codes, one using jquery and GSAP another is just jquery(comment out). The code will be active once use scroll down using mouse wheel. My question is how do I use scrollTop but completely in GSAP? As I think GSAP is more readable and animate faster and most importantly I can set up more complex animation at the same time.
  7. How do I check if the current greensock animation is animating? Like in jQuery I can do it like this : $('.rightB').click(function(){ if (!$(this).is(":animated")) {//check for jquery animate only TweenLite.to(boxSlide, 1, {left:"-=100%"}); } }); The reason I want to do this is because my property is relative value and would cause complication if click continuously. I only want it to be able to click again only when the animation is done. Thanks for the help
  8. Hi, Is it possible to animate an existing text weight from regular/normal font weight to bold style? Either in the Actionscript or Javascript version? I have a sentence where I need to "bolden" a keyword and it would be nice to animate it with an effect rather than just switch. Thanks, Attila
  9. Hello, I was wondering if someone had any success of animating a set of images (known also as sprite sheets). I was thinking that animating the css property background-position, and maybe adding some autoAlpha would do the trick. I will probably try and implement something of sorts unless someone has already beaten me to it, so there is no need to re-invent the wheel... looking forward for reading some ideas on the matter... EDIT: Something quick and dirty is the following: var t1 = new TimelineMax({delay:0, repeat:-1, repeatDelay:0}); t1.to($("#spriteContainer"),0.0,{css:{'background-position-x':posX}},0.1); t1.to($("#spriteContainer"),0.0,{css:{'background-position-x':(posX-50)}},0.2); t1.to($("#spriteContainer"),0.0,{css:{'background-position-x':(posX-100)}},0.3); } we have a <div id="spriteContainer"></div> and some css: #spriteContainer{ background:url(fishSprite.png); background-repeat:no-repeat; position:absolute; left:50%; top:200px; width:38px; height:26px; overflow:hidden; } I used this sprite sheet:
  10. Hi, I'm a newbie so maybe this is dumb question. I like to animate the color of links, something like: new TweenLite(myMenu, 1, {css:{a:linkColor:"#FFF"}}), But I can't find the property for a:link or a:visited. Is there cheatsheet for all CSS properties that GreenSock can animate. thanks, Ivo
  11. Hi all, I'm exploring the possibilities of animating with GSAP in javascript after doing it for years in Flash. While discovering the nuances are fun, I'm finding the edges where Flash made it somewhat easier.... at least for now! I'm trying to recreate an animation I did in Flash but in Javascript. Essentially, it's a masked image that it "scratched" off to reveal an image underneath. Think of a lottery ticket with the silver scratch off stuff... I'd like to animate the reveal with a swiping motion. Any help/ideas on how I would best approach this? A quick google search for animating masks in Javascript turns up alot of SVG usage but I'd like to know how to do this with GSAP. thanks in advance for any thoughts!
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