Share Posted August 11, 2014 Hi everyone, I have been trying to find out a way to refresh a timeline without having to reload the whole page. This is for my development tools so i don't have to always hit the browser refresh button and drag my slider to the last location i was editing to see my new css updates. So here is what i'm doing and hoping you can help me out. So i have my developer tools i have created for my greensock projects to help me with my projects. We have a slider bar to move me along in the timeline we have created. (my projects tend to be like learning videos). Whenever i make an update to my css i have to hit reload on the browser and drag my slider to the position i am working in. I do this like a thousand times a day and i'm getting a little tired of this. lol. I have been able to get the browser to read my saved css edits without refreshing the whole browser. But when i do that my greensock timeline is still going off of the old styles i had before i updated them. I'm looking for a way in code that i could also have greensock recalculate the timeline without refreshing the whole page. I want the inline css styles to update to match the updated css i just pulled in. I would love something like mytimeline.refresh(); but i don't think we have anything like that. My main goal i want is when i'm working on the timeline and i need to move a div up 100 px i can hit my own reload button and it will update the greensock timeline to know that i moved my div up and make the animation correct and update the inline style. I hope this makes sense to everyone and there is a solution out there to help me. I just want to hit my own reload button and see the new css and the updated timeline properties show up without hitting the browser refresh button. Thanks, Brad Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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