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  1. Hi Carl, Thanks for the reply. Yeah I'm finding it really strange as when I put the code in a codepen it works and I have now set the position parameter correctly relating to the other animations. On my local machine it is not working with the "-=X" which must mean I'm missing a file? As when I link to all the files locally it animates but the positioning doesn't work correctly but if I just link to the CDN file it does work??? http://codepen.io/james508/pen/jCymB?editors=101
  2. Hi, I'm very new to greensock, but just getting my head around it. I have created my first simple animation using TimelineLite. Everything is working although I can't seem to make animations overlap properly. I am using a position value but it doesn't seem to work with "-=X" or "+=X" I have to enter "+X" or "-X" for it to do anything. And then when it does work I have to calculate from the beginning of the timeline as it doesn't work using the previous animation. <script> window.onload = function() { var tl = new TimelineLite(); var bgMain = document.getElementById("bgMain"); var worldvision = document.getElementById("worldvision"); var darkarea = document.getElementById("darkarea"); var text1 = document.getElementById("text1"); var text2 = document.getElementById("text2"); var text3 = document.getElementById("text3"); var donate = document.getElementById("donate"); tl.from(worldvision, 1, {css:{bottom:"-70px"}}) .from(bgMain, 1, {css:{width:"350px", height:"275px"}}, "+0.2") .from(darkarea, 1, {css:{opacity:"0"}}) .from(text1, 2, {css:{opacity:"0"}}) .to(text1, 2, {css:{opacity:"0"}}) .from(text2, 2, {css:{opacity:"0"}}, "+5.4") I would like this to start just before the last one finishes but I have to calculate all the way from the beginning of the timeline. .from(text3, 1, {css:{opacity:"0"}}) .from(donate, 1, {css:{opacity:"0"}}) } </script> Any guidance would be great thanks!
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