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  1. Hello, friends! I am working on Angular2 powered project and have some issue with tweening dynamic elements. Everything works fine alone, but if i do parallel animation of a couple elements - something brakes: inner text of tweened div is not updating until some user-event, like click/touch/mousewheel. The same for css transitioned elements, that dont used by any gsap tools. The problem is not stable on desktop (chrome/opera), as i think, it starts to bugging when i go to other tab, do something and go back to my tab. But it stable in iOs Safari 8.3/10.2. As for Angular side - i'm doing all along 'best practise': all targets are element refs all tweens are emitted after view init lifecycle hook and subscripiton on target (check that it is exist) At this moment all animations are by TweenMax. What can cause the problem?
  2. I've created a "Scrubber" component that's meant to control a TimelineLite instance. The timeline is passed to other components so that they can add tweens, timelines, etc. However, these may not be added synchronously. The problem, then, is that I have no way of updating my Scrubber when the duration of the timeline changes. On a related note, timelines only one of each callback type (onUpdate, etc.). Given these two issues (duration not observable, no "safe" event listener adding), is it not possible to bind a control to a timeline? Or is there just some trick that I'm not seeing? Any info about what people are doing to accomplish this, or links to anything the author's said about binding like this is much appreciated! Thanks!
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