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  1. Hello all, Im currently starting to build a new site using Nuxt.js and Prismic (I can change if its easier to achieve this). It's the first time I've used Nuxt, so still a novice at it. What I have: https://prnt.sc/qoladn When I click on the "Client name here" section, I would like it to morph up to become the header, maintaining the image and text. And then the content below fades in. I can make the whole page fade in, but can't pin down how to get the image to move to become the header. An example of this is here: https://kentatoshikura.com Althoug
  2. As a former user of Adobe Edge, which has apparently been abandoned, I am going to have to rewrite a couple of Edge animations in GSAP. I am thinking of using Timeline Max to create what is essentially an animation that just changes the image a viewer sees, according to what button he clicks. The idea is that, for instance, when a viewer clicks on button 4 (in a series of numbered buttons), the timeline advances to the designated frame and stops. Same action for all buttons. Are there any examples of this type of "animation" using Timeline Max that anyone knows of?
  3. I saw an example on your site that uses static constants for OverwriteManager, such as OverwriteManager.PREEXISTING: TweenMax.to(mc, 1, {x:100, overwrite:OverwriteManager.PREEXISTING}); But I can not get my editor to autocomplete or recognize that OverwriteManager Class. I dug through the imports available in greensock, but did not see it. I am on version 12. I would prefer to use the constants over numbers, as I think that is good practice, but I don't know how to go about getting this to recognize. FYI, I am using Flash Develop, in case the problem lies there.
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