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  1. I want to make a sort of wheel of fortune. But the wheel is now stopping too quickly. Is it possible to change (double?) the Momentum-based animation of the wheel causing the object to glide gracefully to a stop? There is no friction property, is it? I hope there is a simple solution. :)
  2. Hello, I've created a projects slider with interactive draggable projects menu. The snipped runs bi-directionally - if you scroll through projects it uses scrollTrigger to update the projects menu, and in reverse - if you click items in the menu, it scrolls the website to the chosen project. The problem is with the draggable projects menu, it works great on desktop and on android firefox, however in Android Chrome and on native Samsung Browser the links don't always work. It changes colour, as if the hover event fired, however touch/click doesn't register. I've tried adding Draggable setting of minimumMovement up to 20, but it doesn't help, and once I touch the link it visibly moves a few pixels so it seems like the dragging overpowers the click/tap. Please check out the codepen example in Android Chrome in landscape mode. (Sorry for the messy code, it had to be extracted from a bigger code). Thank you in advance
  3. altaircena

    Draggable

    Hi, I've got some Qs, I wanna create a draggable slider in react like in "http://robinmastromarino.com" and as I was checking the forum, I got confused about the algorithm and also, as I added and tried some of code instances, it didn't work. I use gsap module itself, not react-gsap. plz help
  4. Hi, I just bought a subscription to GSAP in order to use the InertiaPlugin. Unfortunately I am running into issues with the track function var tracker = InertiaPlugin.track(slider, 'x'); const vel = tracker.getVelocity('x'); The function track seems to be returning an Array and not a VelocityTracker object? I've created a codepen that demonstrates what I mean. Can someone point out what the correct way is to grab the velocity using the InertiaPlugin please?
  5. Hello I have updated an older project with GSAP 3.0.1 and ran into a strange behaviour. I had used Draggable & ThrowProps plugin before. The new code is just like this: Draggable.create('#test', {type: 'x', inertia:true}); With the new scripts it suddenly threw an error: “Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'scrollWidth' of null at za (Draggable.min.js:1)…” I reduced the project to the single line above for CodePen. It mysteriously worked on CodePen but not offline and not on my local server. This it gave my an idea: I checked the order of JS files and this is where it becomes really strange. On CodePen the scripts are loaded in this order: 1 gsap.min.js 2 Draggable.min.js 3 InertiaPlugin.min.js On CodePen it works. The same order locally throws the error above. The some order locally using type:'x,y' perfectly works!? Actually the only loading order that works locally is: 1 Draggable.min.js 2 gsap.min.js 3 InertiaPlugin.min.js I’m glad that I figured this out because I can continue working on my game but it took hours. Is there an official loading order for the GSAP package or another explanation? Could you play around with a local version and check if you can reproduce the problem? Greetings, Henry PS. GSAP 3 is great anyway.
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