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  1. When I have two tweens which I want to run concurrently, I've been taking the following approach (concatting a string for the `position`), but feel there must be a better way. var tl = new TimelineLite({ paused: true }); var $box = jQuery(".box"); var duration = 2; tl.add(TweenLite.to($box, duration, { ease: 'Bounce.easeOut', width: 100 })); tl.add(TweenLite.to($box, duration, { // don't want bounce-ease on this property height: 300 }), '-=' + duration); Any suggestions very welcome!
  2. I would like this svg to 'appear to be drawn in a z-form. meaning top (green) line from left to right, then (red) line from where the green line leaves off and returns diagonally right to left, then finally the bottom (black & grey with shading) lines are drawn again left to right. There are two lines that form the bottom line, they should draw at the same time, each of these four lines need to be drawn separately to allow the path width to change a little across each direction change and the two lines (as well as allowing for shading of one) allows the width of the combined line to give change a little and this (I hope) lends a real sketchy nature to the final result. I understand (I think) that the there should be a tween in which each of the three individual line drawSVG effects occur (Note again that the two lines (id="line3") should draw concurrently). I was able to get the sequence right at one time, but the directions never were correct, and then it broke and would not work at all. So I have at least reconstructed it to a place that at least all the parts are present and I think the concept is pretty clear. Things that I would like to really understand; How to assign either an id or class name (I know there was much said about assigning a 'var' to each element and then using the var as the id in the svg; but there are some examples preferring use classes (not clear to me if there is a clear difference in this or cases where one works and one does not). To be honest I have found pretty much everything to be complicated (this is more a feature of JS rather than GS). By the way, I prefer a single more complicated solution that ALWAYS works than some mix of sometimes works easier methods. Once we get past the naming conventions/preferences then we have the nesting of drawing elements (timelines) or delays, either is great, but I am not totally convinced that a TL is needed for something as lightweight as this example (I do like them). Finally once this all works it is my "hope" to be able to export the shading block from the inline SVG to the CSS file. Sorry for the verbose nature of this post, I hope that this will prove helpful to others with my learning style. Something that would be really helpful is a subset of Forums that cover these just starting out sort of items. I had scanned the forum titles as well as searched for both "beginner drawSVG" and "newbie drawSVG" so I am thinking my question may be novel, but if not sorry I tried.
  3. My current project (JavaScript/GSAP) needs lots of tweening on different elements at the same time (it will be a heavily tweened/animated site). In "lots of" I mean 50-75 "TweenLite.to"s per click event, in total about 150-300 css properties to tween. It would be used all over the site on elements (buttons, menus, forms). Most of the elements will have 2 states, an "active" and an "inactive" state, basically when the user clicks on a menu, the menu will be activate, click again/elsewhere and goes to inactive. To efficiently manage the tweens, I would like to use TimelineLite, create all the tweens after the site loads and store them in 2 TimelineLite instances avoiding the "TweenLite.to"s again and again on each event/state change. - the "activateTimeline" and "inactiveTimeline" look like like this: var activeTimeline = new TimelineLite({ paused: true, tweens: [ ...an then lots of tweens with "new TweenLite(...)"s... ] }); var inactiveTimeline = new TimelineLite({ paused: true, tweens: [ ...an then lots of tweens again with "new TweenLite(...)"... ] }); This works really well. But there is a serious problem. When the user clicks rapidly or programatically change states BEFORE the finish ("onComplete") of the ongoing timeline, jumps and slowdowns will occur. This is not the case, when using "TweenLite.to"s on every event over and over again as the TweenLite system will override values and nicely finishes off tweens as naturally would be expected. I have tried to use some conditions to somehow kill/invalidate the ongoing "old" timeline the let the "new" timeline on state change finish nicely as I would expect, also when starting over the timeline again: function activate() { if( !active ) { var activeProgress = headerTimelineActive.progress(); var inactiveProgress = headerTimelineInactive.progress(); // sometimes, on very rapid clicking/programatical state changes, mostly the headerTimelineActive.progress() will give a NaN if( isNaN(activeProgress) || isNaN(inactiveProgress) ) { reinitializeTweens(); activeProgress = headerTimelineActive.progress(); inactiveProgress = headerTimelineInactive.progress(); } if( inactiveProgress > 0 && inactiveProgress < 1 ) { headerTimelineInactive.kill(); } if( activeProgress > 0 ) { headerTimelineActive.pause(0, true); } headerTimelineActive.play(); active = !active; } }; function deactivate() { if( active ) { var activeProgress = headerTimelineActive.progress(); var inactiveProgress = headerTimelineInactive.progress(); if( isNaN(activeProgress) || isNaN(inactiveProgress) ) { reinitializeTweens(); activeProgress = headerTimelineActive.progress(); inactiveProgress = headerTimelineInactive.progress(); } if( activeProgress > 0 && activeProgress < 1 ) { headerTimelineActive.kill(); } if( inactiveProgress > 0 ) { headerTimelineInactive.pause(0, true); } headerTimelineInactive.play(); active = !active; } }; ...but these methods did not help. Again, on rapid clicking/programatically state changes/click before the actual timeline "onComplete"s jumping, jittering and some sort of race/concurrent conditions occur. Here is a small CodePen demo. Please, give me some advice on what should I do/how should I do to use 2 "TimelineLite"s as I described and on state changes, somehow stop the "old" timeline and let the "new" timeline go. I wolud like to get the same effects/tweening experiences, when using just "TweenLite.to"s again and again (as the TweenLite system will override values and nicely finishes off tweens as naturally would be expected), but with 2 "TimelineLite"s. If I can get this to work with 2 timelines, there will be menus, when a 3rd state will be introduced, a "disabled" state with a 3rd TimelineLite. But currently, I am not able to do, what I wolud like to do with 2 timelines as I described. Thank you in advance, thank you all!
  4. I am trying to create a carousel like motion. I have a MC which position moves through bezier points, then i am trying to scale it to give an idea of perspective, using a tween with a yoyo. As follow: TweenPlugin.activate([BezierPlugin, BezierThroughPlugin]); TweenMax.to(mc1, roundTime, {bezierThrough:[{x:mainCircle.circle.c2.x+ mainCircle.x,y:mainCircle.circle.c2.y+ mainCircle.y }, {x:mainCircle.circle.c3.x+ mainCircle.x,y:mainCircle.circle.c3.y+ mainCircle.y }, {x:mainCircle.circle.c4.x+ mainCircle.x,y:mainCircle.circle.c4.y+ mainCircle.y }, {x:mainCircle.circle.c1.x+ mainCircle.x,y:mainCircle.circle.c1.y+ mainCircle.y }], ease:Quad.easeOut,//ease:Sine.easeOut, }); TweenMax.to(mc1, roundTime/2, {scaleX: 2,scaleY: 2, repeat: 1, yoyo:true, ease:Quad.easeOut} ); The second tween waits until the first one completes to repeat, how could i handle this?
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