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  1. Hi team, I have a problem with my code that I can't solve. So what I have is a master timeline that have 3 nested timelines: getSpinTimeline(), getRotateTimeline(), getPinTimeline() var mtl = new TimelineMax(); mtl.add(getSpinTimeline()) .add(getRotateTimeline()) .add(getPinTimeline()); mtl.timeScale(2.3); After the animation has ended, I hit on a button I would like to reverse() the animation. It works fine if I do mtl.reverse(); But what I am trying to achieve here is to remove getPinTimeline() and reverse only getRotateTimeline() and getSpinTimeline(). I tried th
  2. I use Adobe Animate to put my canvases together, not sure if that makes a difference to what I am asking: I have the following code on my main timeline, and it works fine there, with buttons that are also on the main timeline. function buttonOver(theBtn) { thisBtn = theBtn; TweenMax.to(thisBtn, 0.1, { ease: Sine.easeOut, scaleX: 1.05, scaleY: 1.05 }); } However I am having difficulty doing the same thing within a child mc. I have a child clip that contains four buttons that I want to all use this function, and I hope to be ab
  3. Hi! How would one go about targeting a mask for animation that is nested inside a movieclip. .from(this.movieclip.mask, 1, {x:"+=100"},"+=1") does not work for me. Thank You Salakala
  4. Hi guys! I have the following problem: There is a draggable with attached methods onPress and onRelease. The draggable component has a button child. When I click on the draggable but outside of the button both events get fired. But when i click on the button only the onPress event gets fired (you can check this in the browser console). Same result happens if I put an input as a child and click on it. Codepen: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/jqqyEQ I need a way to fire both onPress and onRelease events when I click on buttons and inputs that are children of the draggable component.
  5. I'm new to GSAP and really like it so far. I have one challenge that I think could be easily solved by SplitText, but unfortunately my company isn't interested in going the membership route. Is there an alternative to achieving the same thing? I have a parent element with a header and a variable amount of paragraphs. I'd like to animate the header, then each paragraph in turn. That is, once the first paragraph is finished animating, the second paragraph starts animating. When the 2nd paragraph is finished, the 3rd starts animating, and so on. Here is some sample HTML: <article>
  6. Hi Guys, Quick question. I noticed that using SplitText, if the <div> element being passed to the SplitText tool, has an image or any other tag inside, that tag is changed into an empty <div> by the SplitText tool. Is this by design?. <div class="content" id="content"> Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi non quam elementum enim tincidunt suscipit a et lacus. Nunc eros mauris, semper at pellentesque eget, pretium ut lacus. Sed in pulvinar turpis, vitae congue nisi. Mauris aliquam finibus molestie. Duis a volutpat ligula. Nullam lobortis l
  7. 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?
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