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I am trying to use GSAP to animate a native HTML5 progress bar showing the progress of a timeline. See the attached pen. The first example uses tl.progress()*100 to get to the value of 100. The value itself is being updated (see the #progress1_progress div), but it is not updating the progress element itself. The second example with the value hard-coded of 100 in works fine. It seems this should work. Any ideas why it is not? Thanks.
I am working on a progress bar demonstration that simulates the downloading of multiple files. To simulate the time it takes to download each file, I created a random time between 1 and 5 seconds as the lag between each tween. Either the function that creates the lag or one of my methods that creates the tween seems to be the problem. At this point, I have looked at it for such a long time that I just can not figure it out. Any assistance or advice would be appreciated. See the codepen link for a demonstration of the issue(s). Thanks, James
Hi, I'm having trouble with the initial loading of my swf file. - it is visible and audible before it's fully loaded so it shows on stage as though it's paused but the sound is playing. The progress bar is visible on top of the loading swf. How do I make it visible and audible only once it's fully loaded? If I put the following code: event.target.content.visible = false; SoundMixer.soundTransform = new SoundTransform(0); in the progressHandler event the sound and image is hidden but I'm not sure where to restart it once progress equals 1. If I restart it in completeHandler i