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  1. Hi, I have two animations that should run simultaneously: reducing an element's height to 0 scrolling to a certain position, to align a certain element to the top of the screen. Note that this element is *after* the element in animation 1 I've calculated the target position for scrolling based on the document *after* the first element's height is reduced to 0, and I also tried the animation with target position for scrolling based on the document *before* the element's height is reduced to 0, but somehow the proper position is never reached.
  2. Hi there, I'm experiencing a problem where I'm trying to have 2 items animate at the simultaneously in a timeline. No matter how much I set the time of the tween, it seems to still be playing in sequence rather than simultaneously. Anyone know whats up? Thanks!
  3. Hey, guys! I'm wondering the best way to setup a somewhat complex situation in which I can control tweens (TweenMax) from multiple timelines (TimelineMax) and/or from timelines and the tweens themselves. This is too involved for a CodePen, but it's likely just conceptual and I'll clarify, further. Here are some givens: I'm using drawSVG, but I think the analogy can apply to any tween. For simplicity, imagine a simple x tween in all cases 5 sets of 5 unique tweens (resulting in 25 unique tweens). need to animate each set in sequentially, but out simultanously. that is, "1,2,3,4,5 in"
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