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  1. I am of the considered opinion that GSDevTools is one of the best things since sliced corn-bread! However ... I occasionally (and increasingly) miss the ability to manually step forwards and backwards in the timeline. I recognise that GSAP is not frame based, but in this context of stepping - I would love for it to behave as if it was. i.e. Hit the step-forward button (key) and the timeline advances +1/24 of a second. I figure there could be a default notion of 24fps, but that could be overridden with an optional named parameter during tool creation. And maybe even an option to snap to the absolute frame during step (like snap to grid).
  2. Hi! First of all, thank you very much for making this excellent library. I wish I would have found Greensock long ago, but better late than never. I have a relatively simple problem, but I can't figure out an elegant way to animate it. I have three circles, and I want the background color to change from green to red with stepped easing and hold for 1 second. Then the next circle in line changes from red to green, and so forth. This is the effect I'm looking for: I think that TimelineMax.staggerTo is what I'm looking for, but I can't quite get it to work as expected. Can anyone give me any pointers? Thanks for reading! Ty
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