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  1. Hi all, Im having trouble triggering my 'slideshow', i got the basics working with the timeline, but whenever i restart it, the 'x : ''-='' doenst add the amount, but starts from the previous x value. I have a 'activeCount' variable running, which disables the buttons when the max amount of slides is reached. This part works fine in the console, but ofcourse not really visible when the timeline isn't working correctly. Can someone help me with this? Cheers.
  2. Hi, I'm new to the forums, new to GreenSock GSAP too. So far I'm using it quite effectively with the 5% of what I've worked with I've got a bit of an issue trying to get a small script working. I wonder if anyone can help. The following code effects the x property with a randomisation of 2 possible values (-100% or 100%) which all works great: var wipeAnimation = new TimelineMax() .staggerFromTo('section.panelx', 1, { x:function(){ var randWay = parseInt((Math.random() * 2) + 1); if(randWay == 1) ret
  3. Hi guys, Looking for just a quick yes or no, as its been a long day, and I can't find the energy to write a full demo/test. If I create a timeline like: var tl = new TimelineLite(); tl.to('.someClass', 3, {height: 100}); Then I save that timeline in a data attribute like: $('body').data('someTimeline', tl); Are these then referencing the same timeline, as an object? Or has it just copied over the values, as a variable? As it's instantiated, I'd assume it's being used by reference, but I can't be sure. In case I'm not clear enough, if I were to run the following: tl.seek(1); W
  4. Hello everybody ! How are you there ? Since my last post here, I improved a lot of things and I changed color of my illustration (not yet in function of the local time, but it's coming ! ), thank's to Diaco.AW Here is the codepen attached to this topic : http://codepen.io/BibiCoding/pen/VLpLmW But today I'm here because I have an initial gradient with 13 children "stop", but then in the other gradient, I would like to have only 7 colors in the gradient. That's why I decided to include Jquery to select children, then to make a table for new colors that I want ( couleurCiel[] ).
  5. Hi, I am trying to increase the strength of the glow effect. I am using the following code: TweenMax.to(mc, 0.3, {glowFilter:{color:0xFFFFFF, alpha:1, blurX:30, blurY:30}}); I am not looking forward to increase the blur radius just trying to achieve a heavier glow especially around the movieclip. Is it possible somehow? I have tried increasing the "alpha" value but it doesn't work above the max value 1. My only other possible option would be to stack another glowFilter tween on the same movieclip but it may result in performance problems. Thanks, Attila
  6. Hello all. So I've been using relative values in my tweens for quite a large project and I've noticed that with the latest update, the relative values are interpreted as absolute values when declared without an equals sign. I've been doing y:"-50" for animating an objects relative position in the y-axis instead of y:"-=50", for example, causing the object to animate off the top of the screen. There are a lot of these scattered across many files, so while updating them manually wouldn't be out of the question, it would be an immense pain to do so. I was wondering, if it isn't to
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