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SplitTextField ghosting

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Hello, been using Greensock for years but never required posting on the forum before since all the information I've ever needed I've been able to find in one form or another online – mostly on these forums.


However, this time I'm at a loss. I appear to be the only one who's had this issue!!


I'm currently animating a single text field with the following code (simplified):

var mainTimeline:TimelineMax=new TimelineMax();
var stf:SplitTextField = new SplitTextField(obj, SplitTextField.TYPE_CHARACTERS);

I'm getting  a strange effect I've never encountered before: the text "ghosting". See the attached screenshot.


This happens while animating on a couple of the letters, but only sticks around on the last one and doesn't go away even when the animation has finished.


What's going on? Is there a way around this? I've never come across it before.


Thanks in advance!


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Welcome to the forums! Unfortunately, that sounds like a rendering issue (maybe graphics card/driver) that's unrelated to GreenSock tools. You might want to check with Adobe, update your video card drivers, and see if you can reproduce the issue on another computer with a different video card. I wish I could provide more help.

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Thank you – I'll give that a go and see if it renders differently on another system.

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