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  1. Hello everyone! I express my deep gratitude to the community. There is a problem when objects disappear and appear while scrolling (banner-big children). How can I fix this?
  2. FYI the issue was on Chrome with Windows too, but it happens 100% of the time on OSX Chrome I have a ~30 second long timeline. I trigger a play and pause event depending on where you are on the page. If the animation is in view, it plays, if not, it pauses. I was having an issue where on the footer of my page certain elements would disappear for some unknown reason. So I did around 2 hours of figuring out what it was, and I narrowed it down to some CSS animations I left looping (unrelated to GSAP). That made sense, it was performance draining and so the browser started to glitch. So instead I tied this animation to my timeline and it worked even better than before... but the issue remained. Even when the timeline was paused, if the elements I was animating were stuck in a CSS transform in any way, elements on the page would disappear in Chrome OSX (100% of the time). I fixed it by adding a class that set transform to none when the timeline pauses, and removed it when it played. This was the only way I could fix it. I can't share the URL publicly, but I can post links to both versions via PM if it helps. My main questions in regards to this: Is this a known issue at all? If you animate dozens of things at once (in my case, dozens of 6x6 little squares), is it likely to cause issues, even if the browser isn't using much memory/CPU? It worked fine in every other browser. FF, Safari, IE, even IE9. Thanks
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