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  1. Hi I have gone through a lot of posts and found that tweento(getlabelafter()) will take me to the next label. But the issue is that it doesn't allow me to skip any tween and jump to the next label. Can you please have a look at the codepen n suggest a way to skip a tween so i do not have to wait for the tween to be over before going on to the next label
  2. Hi, this is probably super obvious, but I was wondering how I might set up a next & previous button, so that when clicked, it would play a next or previous step in a timeline sequence? What I want to do is basically an animated slideshow/presentation. The first frame/scene (which has it's own timeline) would animate, and when it's over it would pause until someone clicks the "next" button. If the "previous" button is clicked, I'd like it to replay the previous scene. What I'm stuck on is getting the master timeline to pause between scenes, as well as getting it to replay just the pr
  3. Hi, Let me congratulate GreenSock for the hard work and success. My question is, how to do next and previous in TimelineMax. ? I am able to play,pause,reverse and resume but how to go to the next/previous frame of the animation? any help will be highly appreciated.
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