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  1. Hey legends! Thanks for all the amazing work y'all do. Absolutely loving the GSAP journey. I have the following challenge: - I'm trying to create a form that always opens on page 1. - Once open, the user can then click back and forth between the pages - If they close the form from page 2 and then reopen, it opens on page 1 again. - The page section animation has a matchmedia associated with it as well (thanks to Blake!) I've got reduced test case, which almost works. I've built 2 timelines (1 to open the form and 1 to switch pages). The problem lies somewhere in my approach/logic. After closing the form from page 2 and reopening it, it successfully opens on page 1, because I’m using onComplete tl.seek(0).reverse(). HOWEVER, once reopened, the click event to swap pages does not work on the first click and requires the user to click "next" again to switch pages. My goal is to get it to swap pages on the first click. Hopefully that makes sense. Any help on how to approach/fix this would be greatly appreciated Much respect
  2. Quick question - I'm trying to figure out how to jump ahead in a timeline, just as a temporary measure for working and testing purposes. I'm trying to use seek.();, but it doesn't seem to be working. thanks!
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