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  1. 🌞🌾 hello fellow humans. feels really nice to join this awesome community. i found so much help here already. now its time to make my own first post. - - - so! i would love to get some help on positioning tweens inside a timeline as i was not able to find an elegant solution until this point. the attached image explains what i got and what i want. so i have a main tween in my timeline that has a duration of 2s. and a few others that are shorter in time. now, basically i want to dynamically align all the other tween endpoints with the main tween's endpoint. i say dynamically because tween durations will change within the website. i know that i can use the relative position parameter for this. and with absolute numbers it works beautifully: // create timeline let timeline = gsap.timeline(); // add tweens timeline.add(container.fadeOut(), 0); timeline.add(elements.fadeOut(), '-=1.2'); timeline.add(footer.fadeOut(), '-=1.4'); timeline.add(progress.reset(), '-=1.8'); but what happens if for example my footer.fadeOut() tween changes its duration to 0.8s? with my code example, the endpoints of footer.fadeOut() and container.fadeOut() are not aligned anymore. how can i dynamically change the -1.2s to -0.8s? how can i subtract the tweens own duration, relative from the timeline endpoint? and how can i do this elegantly without using tons of variables to get each tween's duration? thank you so much for taking your time. stay healthy, stay safe. jaro 🌳🍃
  2. Hi all, I was wondering if someone might be able to offer some help with a scrollTrigger setup I am looking to put together... I would like to be able to know when one of the image blocks on the left comes inline with the pinned element on the right, so that I could do a visual effect on the lined up block, and then remove it and apply to the next block to lineup with the text. Im not entirely sure how to go about his at the moment, my inital thought was to create a whole other scrolltrigger for each block but I doubt that is the way to do this... any help much appreciated... Thanks
  3. Hi everybody, I came across a problem of moving each div of my page with a tween. Looking on this forum i found lot of different solutions, but one works as expected. VIewing the page on mobile, the tween moves the div to the center, but using landscape or laptop seem to move it toward lower right corner. The code i'm using is the following: var t=new TimelineMax() t.to(divId, 0.3, {x: window.innerWidth/2, xPercent: -50, y: window.innerHeight/2, yPercent: -50}) .play() Any idea on what the problem is?
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