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  1. I want the svg's lines to move a bit due to my mouse position and then snap back to its original position. Like this codepen but without the draggability.It should read my mouse's position. CODEPEN Link -> https://codepen.io/osublake/pen/QdbQjN. And then do the same things on this svg -->
  2. Hi, Firstly many thanks for taking a look at my query. I am getting inconsistent behavior on rotation of my clip path. Chrome and Safari are behaving correctly, but Firefox seems to be acting very strange. I would appriciate if someone could explain why. Many thanks 🙂
  3. The linked pen is a simple use case of draggable that appears to work in all aspects except one. The svg elements that are dragged will not display above any of the other elements making it impossible to determine where the cursor/drag is on the screen. The drop logic appears to work fine and there are no errors reported. Even though it is built into gsap, I tried messing with the z-index of the svg elements to no avail. I have a feeling the answer to this is simple. I just cannot figure it out.
  4. I'm have a panoramic SVG with three main focal points. I style it to be wider than the user's monitor, and the idea is as they advance from one position to the next in the UX, the SVG will pan to center each of those three points to give the impression of moving along the X-axis. I'm also zooming in and out when the "frame" changes. I can calculate the center of each focal point and provide GSAP with an x coordinate describing how it should transition left to give the impression of forward motion. I use `scale` for zooming. However, I must to provide a positive `position` property to the `.to()` to ensure the two events don't happen at the same time, or the transform-origin causes problems: It's not linear forward movement; the animation tugs back and forth. I think it would be better looking if both props animated at the same time. I have tried adding an `onUpdate` callback attempting to adjust the transform origin as the animation progresses, but it doesn't work at all. something like: const setTOrigin = gsap.quickSetter(this.selector, 'transformOrigin') onUpdate: () => { // const currentOrigin = gsap.getProperty(this.selector, 'transform-origin') setTOrigin(`${animation.progress() * centers[1]}px`) // centers is an array of the focal point centers coords } Not sure this is even a good idea. Just something I tried. What I have, technically works. But it is pretty janky. And again, doesn't provide the option to use negative positions to make the animation quicker and smoother. I've made a minimal reproduction here hoping someone can offer some guidance: https://codepen.io/thomas-hibbard/pen/RwqbymO Thanks for any insight.
  5. how to make this animation in Greenock?
  6. Hello Everyone I hope you are doing well. I have a problem relating to the circle radius increase decrease pointer. so it works like when you drag the pointer away from the circle's center point it increases its radius and decreases when dragging towards the center point. it works fine but the pointer moves away from the circle border when you drag your mouse away from the pointer on the x-axis. I have provided the code pen so you can check it out thankyou ❤️.
  7. Hi everyone! I'm trying to implement SVG drawing on scroll based on example. Currently, I have achieved some results (attached codepen), and I have a couple of questions: The timing of the circles is hardcoded (manually set by the selection method). How can I calculate them correctly? Is it possible to do this automatically? Can I somehow calculate when the line intersects the circle trajectory and launch the animation at that moment? Is it possible to slow down the filling and the scroll itself? If the SVG fit on one screen, I think I could use pin, but since it doesn't, is it only possible to achieve this using a custom scroll? I would appreciate any help or advice. Thank you in advance!
  8. Hey, I was wondering what would be the best way of creating something similar, a looped animaation that shrinks and moves so fuildly. Any examples or tips?
  9. Sorry for my bad english. i make an animation with ScrollTrigger, when the images become more and more bigger, the images will flash. full screen to see this example, you will find this problem. https://codesandbox.io/p/sandbox/blissful-bhabha-rz7wlb?file=%2Fpages%2Findex.tsx&selection=[{"endColumn"%3A40%2C"endLineNumber"%3A80%2C"startColumn"%3A40%2C"startLineNumber"%3A80}]
  10. FaxForceFive

    Timing error

    I am having a problem with the timings in the Timeline, The cause is either me being stupid or an error in the timings system. the red button is supposed to go back to a green button all at once, but, it goes back segmented, and yes, I setup the timeline properly. here is the code: https://codepen.io/FaxForceFive/pen/zYLQoEN
  11. Hello, If I use force3D: false to fix safari bug, it solves the issue and the SVG looks sharp. But If I use autoAlpha: 0 with force3D: false, the SVG looks blurry. I did not find any solutions on this forum regarding this issue. Could you tell me how I can fix the issue? Best Regards, Anis
  12. I'm a beginner at GSAP. I have a complex SVG which runs perfectly in HTML. I'm trying to convert it into React by using GSAP. How can I convert the HTML SVG in react? Here's the link to HTML SVG: https://codesandbox.io/s/demo-svg-html-esf3dc?file=/index.html While you put hover over the circle it is animated. Here's the Link to my React App: https://codesandbox.io/s/framer-motion-svg----3333-zcvdk1?file=/src/components/MainSVG.js I try to put all curves parents' id in the motion path. I got an error. Now as you can see I just put only 1 path id in the motion path and all works like a mess. Here's a JS function but I don't know where and how to add that in react. Maybe if I add that to my code it will work. const existElementId = (e) => { return document.getElementById(e) } existElementId("circle" + 1) for (let i = 1; null != existElementId("circle" + i); i++) { console.log(existElementId("circle" + i)) let tl = gsap.timeline({ repeat: -1 }); tl.to("#dot" + i, { duration: document.querySelectorAll("#curve" + i + " path")[0].getTotalLength() / 200, ease: "none", motionPath: { path: "#curve" + i + " path", align: "#curve" + i + " path", alignOrigin: [0.5, 0.5], } }); tl.pause() existElementId("circle" + i).onmouseover = () => { tl.play() } existElementId("circle" + i).onmouseleave = () => { tl.pause().time(0) } } I'm expecting to get any solution/idea to make it like the index.html file.
  13. Is it possible to create that by code using GSAP?
  14. Hello, I've run into an odd situation where an animation I've done successfully before is no longer working. It's as if the svgOrigin parameter is being ignored. The example in this post is incorrect, I will post the correct version as well. But I cant' figure out why the two are behaving differently. Incorrect version (second pen): The circles should be expanding from the point indicated by the red dot. https://codepen.io/Thisjustin3141/pen/zYaaEjg
  15. If anyone could please help out with this I would appreciate it. I am trying to animate an svg with gsap. The svg is showing up in chrome, but none of the elements are moving when i add gsap. here is the issue in devtools , it seems like there's an error in my file setup? Thanks
  16. Hi all, I'm trying to disable or kill a draggable element within an SVG. After calling disable() on the draggable, the onClick function still fires. Other effects of disabling are as expected: the element can no longer be dragged, the "grab" cursor style is removed, the onDragEnd function no longer fires. Have also tried kill(), with the same results. Here's a minimal example, tested in Chrome and Firefox. <svg version='1.1' xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" x='0px' y='0px' viewBox='0 0 200 200'> <rect x="0" y="0" width="50" height="50" class="draggable1"></rect> </svg> <script type="module"> import { gsap } from 'gsap' import { Draggable } from "gsap/Draggable"; gsap.registerPlugin(Draggable); Draggable.create(".draggable1", { type:"x,y", bounds: "svg", onClick: function() { console.log("clicked"); }, onDragEnd: function() { console.log("drag ended"); } }); Draggable.get(".draggable1").disable(); // onClick function still fires </script> Let me know if you need further info. Cheers Steve
  17. My goal: have an SVG (fill: gradient) animated to change into a different gradient fill. All this should be done dynamically, using GSAP v3 (maybe using gsap.fromTo()?). I can create the SVG dynamically. I can also create other elements like the <defs> and <stop> to go inside the gradient elements. At this point, I can have the SVG display the 1st gradient dynamically. And I can animate other properties (like size, speed, or location). What I cannot do, however, is animate the actual gradient fill change using GSAP. How do you do that? There are a lot of examples from others online, but what I've found only includes: - a solid color changing to another solid color, and back - a gradient changing to a solid color, and back - a gradient changing to another gradient, and back –> but does not use SVGs and uses CSS gradients instead - a gradient changing to another gradient, and back –> but uses GreenSock v2 with the stagger function (which, apparently, doesn't exist with GSAP v3)
  18. Hallo! So this is a minimal version of the thing I'm actually working on, but essentially it's a map of a campus. Dragging works great, and zooming works fine; but what I'm trying to achieve is, whenever you click on a 'building' (read: brightly-coloured block), it moves to the left side of the viewport, vertically centred. I'm using data-attributes on my buildings for this, and I thought I had it, but: a) it doesn't account for different viewport sizes (so it's not vertically centred); and 2) once you zoom in, that positioning all goes out the window, and clicking on a building doesn't put it anywhere near the intended place. I just realised I might be able to get away with resetting the zoom level to 1 whenever someone clicks on a building (maybe?), so at least the x co-ords would (probably?) still work; but the vertical centring is a bust no matter what. Maths is not my strong suit, so any ideas on how to tackle this would be gratefully received 😬
  19. Hello everyone! I'm trying to connect a circle shaped blue svg (but shown as a semicircle for design needs) with 4 control dots to a carousel made with the Swiper.js library, so that this semicircle (in HTML it is under the ROUNDED SLIDER comment), can act as a "controller" draggable to the carousel. What I need to do is: - The circle is only half visible and each point must be connected to a slide of the carousel, so that by dragging it, the swiper "responds" showing the slide connected to the dot of the blue semicircle positioned at the top of the semicircle. - The slides could be more than 4 (I have been having nightmares for weeks ...). - Each point will therefore correspond to a slide. - When I'm on the first slide I shouldn't be able to rotate the semicircle clockwise and when I'm on the last slide I shouldn't be able to rotate clockwise. - It shouldn't be possible to rotate the semicircle more than 90 degrees at a time. - If I rotate the semicircle by less than 90 degrees the movement should complete itself (the blue dot is “magnetically” moved down) to get to the next slide (insomnia and migraine associated with this point, with obvious anxiety attacks ...) What I have thought and done so far is: 1. I’ve created the carousel and make its Init (the css is really basic and only manage position of elements in the page). 1.1 when the slide changes I’ve managed to "take" the year and the title using the data attribute, but I’m not able to create the logic to assign to each semicircle dot the correct title/year. // ANCHOR Slider INIT let swiperHistory = new Swiper(".j_init_history_slider", { slidesPerView: 1, spaceBetween: 60, centeredSlides: true, loop: true, grabCursor: true, //OR mousewheel mousewheel: false, autoplay: false, autoplayspeed: 6000, autoplay: { delay: 5000, disableOnInteraction: true }, navigation: { nextEl: ".swiper-button-next", prevEl: ".swiper-button-prev" }, on: { //slideChange OR realIndexChange slideChange: function () { // ANCHOR get current slide index and text for yeas and title let index = this.realIndex + 1; // slide 1 => slides[1] // ANCHOR get the slide years let years = this.slides[index].children[0].dataset.years; // ANCHOR get the slide title let title = this.slides[index].children[1].dataset.title; // ANCHOR give to each svg circle points the correct year an title // Maybe I must create an array and then loop titles and years...or assign it manually to each points or what?? northYear.textContent = years; northTitle.textContent = title; } } }); 2. I’ve identified the 4 points (calling them temporarily, for easier recognition, with the capital points north, south, east and west, they must contain the data "title" and "year" of the swiper's slides). //ANCHOR Text (years) over the circle points let northYear = document.getElementById("north_year"); let eastYear = document.getElementById("east_year"); let southYear = document.getElementById("south_year"); let westYear = document.getElementById("west_year"); //ANCHOR Text (title) over the circle points let northTitle = document.getElementById("north_title"); let eastTitle = document.getElementById("east_title"); let southTitle = document.getElementById("south_title"); let westTitle = document.getElementById("west_title"); 3. using the gsap draggable I’ve created some control variables for the rotation for the 90 degrees of the semicircle svg dots //ANCHOR Variables for circle animation let relativeDegree = 0; let checkDegree = 0; let check90 = 0; let globalrotation = 0; 4. I’ve created two temporary control buttons for the rotation of the 4 cardinal dots of the semicircle and the dots rotate correctly (but there is something strange with the titles that seem to change or rotate in an uncoordinated way ... I cannot understand which is the problem), but these buttons are not necessary for the final project, they will be removed. 5. the semicircle works on drag (even if the first click on the dot seems to be blocked), but when you drag the semicircle, the dots are slipped out from time to time (and it seems to me more each time) from their own "central meridian" and I don't understand what I'm doing wrong 8. onRelease I wanted to make sure that if I rotate the semicircle by less than 90 degrees the movement should complete itself to get to the next slide, but it doesn't work, it behaves really weird, there is definitely something I'm doing wrong with its logic (in fact the code is currently commented). 9. TODO ... connect the swiper to the drag ... for this point I was completely confused and I can't go on (in the code there are some attempts that don't work, also because I have been using gsap for a short time and I don't I feel very experienced), because I miss the fundamental part where I connect the slides to the semicircle, where I take the titles from the swiper and assign them to the right dot, and I can't "adjust" the drag of the semicircle correctly. I have been stuck for weeks, for me it is a really complex job, I was very doubtful about asking for help, but at this point, apologizing if this post is incorrect, wrong or not relevant with the forum (in case I remove it immediately!), I really need help. I immediately thank anyone who can and wants to intervene in any way. Thank you...!
  20. Hi, I have a SVG text and I'd like to animate it as though someone was writing it. I know it'd be easier with paths elements but I have it as tspans instead. I have tried using drawSVG but it seems that only works with paths. Any help is totally appreciated. The SVG code: <g id="Group_80" data-name="Group 80" transform="translate(-649.918 -257.351)"> <g id="Brand" transform="translate(652.062 329.976)"> <text id="Check_me_out_and_see" data-name="Check me out and see" transform="matrix(0.985, -0.174, 0.174, 0.985, 0, 88.908)" stroke="#000" strokeWidth="1" fontSize="65" fontFamily="Satisfy-Regular, Satisfy" > <tspan x="0" y="61" ref={bstext}> Check me{' '} </tspan> <tspan x="0" y="155"> out and{' '} </tspan> <tspan x="0" y="249"> see </tspan> </text> </g> A screenshot: Thanks
  21. A Question, is there any way of creating some graphs in GSAP? Like in the graphs in attached picture first line appears then 2nd and so on. I do not have extensive knowledge of GSAP, no idea if its possible in GSAP or not, if its possible in GSAP any help would be appreciated. Thank You
  22. I have an array that changes as the page scrolls in order of svg shapes, I need the first shape to be displayed on page load. Therefore, I entered the first path d manually and statically. When I scroll to the end of the page and then go back to the beginning, it does not display the first page. Therefore, I returned the first shape to the array, but now the first shape is displayed twice in a row, and I want each one to be displayed only once. I read the DOC, but I didn't get anything, maybe I didn't read it correctly for(let i = 0 ; i < heroSlides.length ; i++){ tl.to("#Tear",{ delay: 0.3, duration: 0.5, attr:{d:heroSlides[i].path,}}) .to("#rect",{attr:{style:`fill:${heroSlides[i].fill}`}, delay:0.75, },"-=0.3") .call(changeBoxes, [i],"-=0.4"); } const scroll = ScrollTrigger.create({ trigger: ".module", pin: true, scrub: true, start: 'top top', end: "max", animation: tl, // markers: true, pinReparent: true, fastScrollEnd: false, }); scroll.scroll();
  23. GreenSock

    DrawSVGPlugin

    DrawSVGPlugin allows you to progressively reveal (or hide) the stroke of an SVG <path>, <line>, <polyline>, <polygon>, <rect>, or <ellipse> and you can even animate outward from the center of the stroke (or any position/segment). It does this by controlling the stroke-dashoffset and stroke-dasharray CSS properties. Watch the video The video below illustrates the many ways DrawSVGPlugin can be used and will get you up and running fast. Note that it uses GSAP 2 formatting. Demo Click through the demo below to see the various ways you can provide values to DrawSVGPlugin. See the Pen DrawSVGPlugin Values: carl click next by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen. More details For more detailed usage notes please consult the DrawSVGPlugin API documentation. The docs are loaded with tons of info that will help you get the most out of DrawSVGPlugin. Get your hands on DrawSVGPlugin DrawSVGPlugin is a bonus plugin for all Club GreenSock members. It's our way of saying "Thank you" to those that are fueling innovation at GreenSock. To download DrawSVGPlugin, just log into your account dashboard and grab the latest version of GSAP. To learn how to include DrawSVGPlugin into your project, see the GSAP install docs. Try DrawSVGPlugin for free on CodePen! There's a special [fully-functional] version of DrawSVGPlugin that we link to in our DrawSVGPlugin CodePens, so feel free to fork any of them, add your own SVG graphics, and take DrawSVGPlugin for a spin. CodePen is a fantastic way to experiment. We highly recommend it. Note: the special version of the plugin will only work on the CodePen domain. To find out more about the many benefits of being a Club GreenSock member swing on by the club page and be sure to check out the other premium plugins. Demos DrawSVG Showcase DrawSVG How-To Demos
  24. Hey Guys, I'm just starting to explore Greensock animation and have faced few cross browser compatibility issues with my code. I've built an animated banner which works perfectly fine on Chrome but has the animation is laggy on Safari and its worst in Firefox. I've included the codepen url. Please check the url in different browsers and you'll see the difference. Any help would be highly appreciated.
  25. I wrote the following code to change the shape of svg, but this code has a problem. I want the color of #rect to change at the same time every time atr changes. Is it possible to do the same code with another solution? var tl = gsap.timeline({}); //2 tl.to("#Tear", { attr: { d: First } }); //3 tl.set("#rect", { attr: { style: "fill:#FB7185" } }).to("#Tear", { attr: { d: Second } }); //4 tl.set("#rect", { attr: { style: "fill: #38BDF8" } }).to("#Tear", { attr: { d: Third } }); //5 tl.set("#rect", { attr: { style: "fill: #A78BFA" } }).to("#Tear", { attr: { d: Fourth } }); const scroll = ScrollTrigger.create({ trigger: ".J02ig", pin: true, scrub: 0.5, start: "top top", end: "max", animation: tl // onToggle: self => console.log("toggled, isActive:", self.isActive), // onUpdate: self => console.log("direction:", self.direction) }); scroll.scroll();
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