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  1. I've got a bunch of elements I'm doing a stagger animation on. I'd like to set different properties (say scale/position) for each of these elements based on index of stagger. Is there a straightforward way of doing this with a single gsap call? The current solution I'm thinking of involves looping through the elements to get index and setting the properties and delay as per this with individual gsap calls in the loop. Any ideas are appreciated, I didn't make a codepen cause I felt like the description explained it well enough.
  2. Demo: https://codesandbox.io/s/n34pvjxyxj Hi, fellow GSAP'ers! The topic of playing a timeline in reverse keeps troubling me. The Demo above is one, where, within Vue, a parent component calls function on a child component (using $refs). As the console output shows, the functions are indeed called, but the animation is not played in reverse. I do not understand why, because: - the timeline is returned to a var, right? - the staggered animations use `staggerFromTo` , even though I assume that using any of the other two should eventually work, too
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