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  1. Hello everyone, I need your help to code this scroll logic : change one pinning element allowed active state by scroll. When I scroll, state changes and updates image in both sides allowed. By details, when I scroll down, the element below will be active and drag to change the corresponding image to the right, otherwise when scrolling up, the upper element will be active and drag to change the image, when clicked on any element on the left, the image will also be changed according to the active element (similar to scroll), and if the first element is active, we will be able to scroll to the top of this section. This is sample link : Ngân hàng di động MyVIB 2.0| VIB I want to use scrollmagic or maybe gsap or intersection observer, thank you.
  2. I'm new to ScrollMagic and GSAP, and I've run into a problem with a site I'm making. The second section is all parallaxing clouds, with the section being pinned at the top of the screen. The issue is that on the pin trigger, there is a 'jitter' that happens, which (I'm assuming) is caused by the horizontal scrollbar showing up. If I hide it, there is a vertical scrollbar within the section (also not desired). After some testing to narrow down the problem, I have found it only happens when the cloud in the section flows off of the right side of the screen. I need the overflow-x to be hidden while having overflow-y visible, to go with the design of the site.