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GSAP & ScrollMagic, animation reversing when scrolling up

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I'm just getting started with GSAP and so far it looks great. I've hit a difficulty using it with ScrollMagic. I'm playing a GSAP timeline to animate an SVG of a van exhaust, when the van being ing the middle of the screen is detected by ScrollMagic. In the pen scroll down to find the van and see the animation. Then scroll up and you should see the animation reverse before stopping. I can see how this behaviour would be desirable in some circumstances, but I wish to know how to avoid it here. Thanks :)

See the Pen ZKEErZ by paultrotter50 (@paultrotter50) on CodePen

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Hi paultrotter50,

 

Welcome to the GreenSock forum.

 

Even though ScrollMagic is made with GSAP it is not made by GreenSock.

All bug or issue requests are welcome on: https://github.com/j...ollMagic/issues

 

Your issue can be handled with reverse: false in the constructor generally or if it should be in a special scene - see comments forked pen: 

See the Pen mmdJjy?editors=1010 by mikeK (@mikeK) on CodePen

 .

 

If you use TimelineMax you can profit from the feature repeat and keep the tween more simple (see pen ).

 

Hopefully it helps ...

 

Kind regards

Manfred

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Thank you Manfred. That is helpful.

 

Your example looks good, although now instead of reversing it seems to 'stick' on the frame you are on when scrolling back up. Which is an improvement, but still not quite what I'd like

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HI paultrotter50  :)

 

Welcome to the GreenSock forums.

 

With a repeating timeline you want to trigger and repeat infinitely, I'd recommend starting the timeline in a ScrollMagic start event. You would need to pause your 'exhaust' timeline when you create it and then trigger it like this:

var scene = new ScrollMagic.Scene({ triggerElement: "#van" })
 .on('start', function () {
         exhaust.play();
     })
       .addTo(controller);

Here's a fork of your pen with that solution.

 

See the Pen KmKNKM by PointC (@PointC) on CodePen

 

Hopefully that helps.

 

Happy tweening and welcome aboard.

:)

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Hi  paultrotter50 ,

 

another possible way: 

  • to illustrate the effect the trigger space is limited (#duration: '100px' = end 1)
  • you need the plugin addIndicators.min.js and to add .addIndicators() to show start, end and trigger points

After you leave the end point a func sets exhaust to alpha 0.

 

Forked pen:  

See the Pen rmNQqg?editors=1010 by mikeK (@mikeK) on CodePen

 

Best regards

Manfred

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