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  1. Hi there, I am using the Quart.easeOut easing on all my animations. On some parts of my website, I would like to use the same easing but using CSS. How can I find the bezier function of Quart.easeOut?
  2. Can't i use translate3d in my tweens? I see x and y for translate, but no translate3d!
  3. Hi, I'm looking at animating an Absolutely positioned (in the center) to specific percentage on the left-margin. I can get it to work as long as the marginLeft isn't set before hand other than in the CSS, but when the element has that left-margin style inline and then I tween to say 4%, it jumps all the way to the left and then moves the 4%. I have a codepen setup, if you comment out the marginLeft and marginRight and only have that set in the CSS it works correctly. Am I thinking about margins (and absolutely positioned elements) incorrectly? http://codepen.io/kaplan/pen/rmKzG
  4. I just recently discovered GSAP and have been so impressed by how powerful and intuitive it is. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a Javascript solution that does for CSS layout what GSAP does for CSS animation? I know this isn't considered good practice to manage layout with Javascript, but I'm just wondering if there are any good options out there. Thank you!
  5. Hey guys. I'm doing a simple tween on a score bar which tweens the width of a div from 0% to 0-100% depending on the users score in a game. I want to play a sound when the bar animates and passes various points. I'm struggling to get the % value back out of my tween instance during the onUpdate callback. tween.target is an array containing my div. I can call: onUpdate: function() { # get a numeric percentage value val = parseFloat(this.target[0].style.width) if(val > 0 && !played_one) { soundManager.play('sfx','score_1'); played_one = true;
  6. Hi all I don't have any code for my question about css pseudo-class usage. I'd like to build ::after and ::before with set() and i failed. So in my wishes i'd like to make a cool animation with ::after ans ::before and I'm afraid to fail again. I saw a tuto on GreenStock which speak about CSSRulePlugin (here) but I don't know if this plugin is in the TweenMax.min.js file that I utilise to be sure to have the max of possibility. hummm I think i'm a little bit lost thank you for your help
  7. BigSmalls

    margin auto

    Help plz. Inner block jumps to a horizontal alignment without animating itself there. Initially I was running both animations simultaneously and so I thought that perhaps the inner block may not know the horizontal dimensions to calculate margin auto if the outer block is animating its 'left' attribute, but it turns out that the animation doesn't work even after the outer block finished animating. Thanks for the help!
  8. Has anyone done any work with Greensock 3D transforms to create dynamic perspective shadows with CSS3? I was thinking this morning that it would most likely not be that difficult, but my 3D math/trigonometry skills are somewhat dormant. What I mean is shadows that will fall on a flat horizontal plane ("the ground") behind the object, as at sunset, and will, as the object moves in x and z directions (not y, as that seems complicated). The shadows would respond to a central light point (perhaps the center of the screen) Something like this image — Thanks for any way forward —
  9. hi! I'm doing something a bit like this; TweenMax.to(element, 0.3, {className:'+=over'}); where the .over class has different colour, position etc, but also different background-position. My problem is, i'd like the background-position to not tween, while the rest of the properties do. is there a way to add an exception to the tween? Any ideas? thanks, Andy
  10. Hi I'm playing with some "clip" animations right now, and find myself calculate way too many hardcoded values. [Edit: this functionality exist, I still wish for the array option] I think that an addition of relative values to clip:rect() will add a lot of flexibility. Also, allowing clip to receive an array of values instead of the CSS syntax rect(a,b,c,d) could help ease development too. something like so: // set initial clip:rect(0, 100px, 100px, 0) as required by CSS TweenMax.set(element, {clip: [0, 100, 100, 0]}) // tween from clip:rect(50px, 80px, 100px, 0) TweenMax.f
  11. So i'm currently working on a page that has animation when you scroll down the page using scrollmagic and tweenmax. I've pinned the appropriate sections and created the animation, and everything works perfectly. I then added some javascript to have a show/hide function for the different features in a sticky nav (instead of having a long vertical scrolling page, it swaps out content within the same area). I noticed a very weird bug when I switch between the different sections. Here's a screenshot of what the bug looks like when I go back to the original section with the animation. It seems
  12. I'm using the greensock animation library to animate the translateZ property of an image. This is my code: $("<img />") .attr({ src: piece, class: "pieces" }) .hover(function() { tl.to($(this), 1, {transform:"translateZ(1px)"})}, function() { tl.fromTo($(this), 1, {transform: "translateZ(0px)"}) }) .load(function () { _stageElement.append($(this)); }) } But instead of stopping at 5px it flies
  13. I am trying to animate back and forth between two css classes and I'm having some issues right now I have two classes "contracted" and "expanded: .button{ border: 5px #000 solid; } .contracted{ width:100px; height:100px; background-color:green; } .expanded { width:200px; height:200px; background-color:red; } And im trying to switch between them with: $( ".button" ).click(function() { TweenMax.to(".contracted",2,{css:{className:"+=expanded"}}).set(".contracted",{delay:5,css:{className:"-=contracted"}}); TweenMax.to(".expanded",2,{css:{className:"+=contracted"}
  14. Hey there, is it possible to tween both shadow Inset and the outside shadow at the same time??
  15. Hi guys, Just trying to achieve the CSS animation transforms with GSAP. I am getting different results while using same properties. How can I achieve results like in CSS animation? I am doing something wrong? Here is the code: http://codepen.io/praneybehl/pen/Gbmhs Thank you for the help. Praney
  16. Hi everyone this is my problem, i making a little practice and i want rotate a image but i don´t want use CSS only script var img; function init(){ ctx = document.getElementById("canvas").getContext("2d"); img = new Image(); img.src = "http://postimg.org/image/qj0abntbh/"; img.xpos = 50; img.ypos = 10; img.onload = function() { TweenLite.ticker.addEventListener("tick", loop); } function loop(){ ctx.clearRect(0, 0, 800, 600) ctx.drawImage(img, img.xpos, img.ypos); } TweenMax.to(img, 7, { rotatio
  17. Im pretty new to tweenmax, and i was wondering how to create an mouseover effect like seen on this page (hover over the images) : http://www.fcinq.com/ (scroll down to the work) They are using this in the css: transform: scale(0.25, 0.1); transition: background 0.3s linear 0s, transform 0.4s cubic-bezier(0.19, 1, 0.22, 1) 0s; and on the hover: transform: scale(0.7); transition-delay: 0.2s; However, I have no idea how to do this in TweenMax?
  18. I'm happy to say GSAP has given me hope again. I switch from jQuery animations (and some css3 jquery plugins) to GSAP tweens and instant performance gains! However, I'm still not happy with the performance I get on my Samsung Galaxy S2x. It's a pretty decent phone so I know it has the power to play some high end games. I think using phonegap's browser plugin caused some issues, but even using mobile chrome the performance is choppy and not good enough for a production app. Of course, I could be doing something very wrong as I'm new to the mobile HTML5 scene. I'm hoping someone migh
  19. Might be doing something wrong here, but I'm curious if anyone else has had this issue. I am trying to animate the border of an input area from 0 to a width back to 0. Going from a width to 0 works fine, but going from 0 to the width immediately jumps to the width while everything else animates. I've made an exaggerated example here: http://jsfiddle.net/Haxen2000/Df8xj/ The original margin is what the border width should be; just made it larger so the issue is more visible. Thanks!
  20. Hi everybody, First of all, gratz for the amazing work you've done Jack, Carl and all the community's member who help the development of GreenSock. (and sorry for my bad English). i use TweenMax for 4 years in my projects AS3 in Flash and now i try to convert me to HTML5 with GSAP. I want to be able to convert all the work ive done for these 4 years in HTML5 and so ive decided to work with the more complex animation. The matter with this animation is the number of element animated (i join it to the message). I don't intend to declare all the element one by one, in CSS, this will be
  21. Wondering if there's a way to get around a "popping" issue I'm seeing in CSS animations. It seem to happen when handling the animation both natively and via gsap cssplugin. I did some googling and found this post which seems to fix it in native css animation, but when i try the same technique in gsap i still see the same issue. Here's the post on stackoverflow for the native fix and here's a jsfiddle showing that it works well and finally here's a jsfiddle of the same thing via gsap. Any thoughts on why this is happening and/or how I may go about resolving it?
  22. I'm not sure how to concatenate a percentage value into a GSAP tween. buttonBritney.addEventListener("click", function() { callSlideIndex = 0; var leftPercentage = (callSlideIndex - currentSlideIndex) * 100; TweenLite.to(slideContainer, 2, {left:"\"" + leftPercentage + "%" + "\""}); currentSlideIndex = 0; }, false); So far, this doesn't work. Maybe there's something in the syntax I'm doing wrong? I realize that we cannot use absolute percentage values, but we can use relative percentages. So I'm trying to calculate a percentage mathematically before entering into the tween function.
  23. Hello Everyone, Is force3d:true deprecated.. i dont see it in the CSSPlugin docs either anymore, unless I'm mistaken and it was never there to begin with: http://api.greensock.com/js/com/greensock/plugins/CSSPlugin.html I was doing some simple animation tests and noticed that i keep getting this error regarding force3d:true in the console invalid force3d tween value: true http://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/gsap/1.11.0/TweenMax.min.js Line 15 i made a simple code pen so you can see the error thrown in the console: http://codepen.io/jonathan/pen/Hcvuq I have used force3
  24. I'm just beginning to get my head wrapped around a project which involves porting some of my Flash applications (built with TweenMax) over to javascript. I'm trying to understand what the best practice is for translating a fixed-coordinate system (Flash) to a flexible / multiple-resolution environment. (HTML). My Flash applications all run at full screen, so in order to simply account for all mobile environments, I assume that one simply creates a "screen sized" DIV set at height/width 100%. But since TweenMax uses a numerical coordinate system, I'm wondering if there's a commonly u
  25. Hi Everyone, Been using greensock for a couple of months now. I finally got us to upgrade to the newest version and some things are different. My issues is we have a main big timeline that our animation runs on. There are points in it when we pause the timeline and people need to click on stuff and other animations happens. After they click everything they need to we restart the main timeline. The click functions have their own timeline with tweens in them. Well on the newer version we are using, when we resume the main timeline it ignores the css/tweens that happen in the clic
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