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  1. Hi, First - thanks so much for making this javascript framework! I've been trying to get an animation going in IE7/8 that I got to work on all other browsers using your framework, but it doesn't function properly in those browsers. You can see it in action here: http://neu14.com/transitions/print/index2.html I'm also attaching my files -> see index2.html (that one uses greensock). Thanks for any thoughts! Pol PS: I'm unclear if I need the CSS plugin for rotation or opacity or not since they both can be numeric? (I used it, but not sure if it was needed) animation.zip
  2. Hi, I am wondering if it's possible to tween children elements just by setting class name of a parent element. Just in case the question is not clear I have prepared a JSFiddle to illustrate the problem: http://jsfiddle.net/ESS4c/ The goal is to have paragraph text nicely animated between both states. Is that possible?
  3. I am using TimelineMax for a project and I was wondering is there was a way to possibly update the CSS attribute of a Tween by calling it's label? For example my tween would look like: var tl = new TimelineMax({paused:true}); tl.to(element, time, {css:{top: -50px}}, "my-label"); I would like to possibly call this tween by it's label and update the CSS property to a new value. I tried something like this, but I had no success. tl.removeLabel("my-label"); tl.insert(TweenLite.to(element, time, {css:{top:-100px}}), "my-label"); Any help would be appreciated.
  4. Hi, I have a grid of 6 boxes. I'm trying to get it so that when you click on a box it scales up and centres itself in the middle of the parent div. Here is what I have so far: http://codepen.io/hrk/pen/yJIBn I think I can get the current position of the box using .offset() I'm fairly new to JS and tweenMax - Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks Neil
  5. Good afternoon! Trying to figure out how I can tween my "-webkit-mask-size" CSS Prop? it seems to invalidate my javascript when there are "-"s in the code.. Thanks
  6. Recently I found a background color animation was failing in IE8, this was because I was reading the color to tween to from a hidden div and IE8 was returning the value as 'whitesmoke'. It's easy enough to use a lookup table as here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1573053/javascript-function-to-convert-color-names-to-hex-codes But might be nice if this was handled internally by the CSS plugin.
  7. Hello, I'm new here. I'm redesigning my personal website and I wanted to make the current position of the social icons change to be part of the header once they are scrolled over. I wanted some type of animation timing effect that was triggered by the position on the page. This is my first time playing with Tween and Timeline, so I'm really a novice as to how things work. I've been playing with it, but all the extra effects will most likely be removed once I figure out exactly what it is I need and whether or not Tween can handle it. So here it is: http://marlonstevenson.com
  8. Hi all, I'd like to know if its possible to use TweenMax/Lite with a predefined CSS rule, something like this: .someClass { left: 20px; top: 50px; } TweenLite.to( myDomElement, 0.5, { someClass }); In this way I could lay out a bunch of scenarios and animate to them as needed. Thanks!
  9. Hi there, I'm having some trouble with css object. I want to move an image along a bezier curve. I create the image like this: img = new Image(); img.src = "car.png"; img.xpos=275; img.ypos=350; And then I try to move it along the bezier curve in canvas. In the function "loop" I draw the image continuesly. Here is the code for the bezier: ctx = document.getElementById("can").getContext("2d"); TweenLite.ticker.addEventListener("tick",loop); TweenMax.to(img, 4, {css:{bezier:{values:[{xpos:100, ypos:250}, {xpos:300, ypos:0}, {xpos:500, ypos:400}], autoRotate:true}}, ease:Power1.easeInOut}); But it does nothing. When I remove the css object and also autoRotate attribute it works. The working version of that line is here: TweenMax.to(img, 4, {bezier:{values:[{xpos:100, ypos:250}, {xpos:300, ypos:0}, {xpos:500, ypos:400}]}, ease:Power1.easeInOut}); I don't know how to fix it because if I try this with an <img> element it goes well also the first way. Could you somehow tell me where I made a mistake? I need to do this with an image created during process because I draw the images in canvas. Not just like this:<img src="car.png"> Thanks
  10. Hi! I'm having a problem with a webpage. It contains 6 elements that are animated via css for :hover behaviours: .mySel{ -xx-transform: scale(0.8); } .mySel:hover{ -xx-transform: scale(1); } On intro, I need to tween these elements' y position individually, so I use TweenLite: TweenLite.to(this,1,{css:{y:50}}); Problem is, when my tween finishes, the tweened elements have inline styles overriding my :hover behaviour: -webkit-transform: matrix(0.8, 0, 0, 0.8, 0, 0); I see why jack did this but I'm open to manually resetting inline styles onComplete, but I have no way of using TweenLite to do so. I'll have to deal with vendor prefixes manually. I was wishing for TweenLite.to(this,0,{css:{scale:"" or scale:"none" or scale:"auto"}}) to reset the property but no dice... Can someone help me in any way?
  11. Hello, I love your products and everything Greensock stands for. Your products are top-notch, and the customer service is as good as the Kinko's customer service is bad. GreenSock customer service is like "Bizzaro Kinko's Customer Service." In other works: GreenSock - "Totes Awesome Sauce" Kinko's - "The Hangover 2 & Indiana Jones 4, kind of awful" I am trying to come up with the most efficient and "zazzy-licious" way to put in the background of one of my website page, the scrolling code that you see on computer screens in the background of movies and tv shows. I'm not sure if I want just pure binary (1's and 0's) or letters and numbers. I figured that I would find about 500 ka-trillion Google results showing different ways of doing this in various languages, but alas, I didn't really find much of anything. I'm using the Greensock Javascript libraries (v.12) and the latest version of Raphael.Js. I don't really need anyone to show me how to do this, by providing a working example (at least, not yet). I'm really looking for a broad outline of the steps I would need to take to accomplish this task in the most code efficient and least taxing burden on the browser way possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Sweet J
  12. Hello, I love GreenSock, it's a phenomenal product. I am a Flash Developer migrating to HTML, Canvas, CSS, and Javascript web designing. The Javascript versions are excellent. The one challenge I am having is trying to make the CSS 3D Transformations work. I looked at the demos of how powerful these transformations can be at: http://www.greensock.com/transitions/ http://www.greensock.com/css3/ and the "CssPlugin" section of your documentation at: http://api.greensock.com/js/ But, unfortunately I see a whole lot of small snippets of code (i.e. the trailer for a really awesome movie that I can't wait to see), but I would really like to see the whole html page with the css and javascript included (i.e. the whole "unrated, director's cut with alternate endings and commentary.") After searching through the GreenSock forums I found this link that the great Carl Schooff posted some downloadable examples of CSS Transformations: http://forums.greensock.com/topic/6230-how-to-tween-css3-transform-properties/ What I'm trying to say, is I would really appreciate it, if it were a little easier to figure out how to use these powerful tools to the most. Thanks, for viewing & best wishes, J
  13. I have a button which inverts the colors on my website. It utilizes a plugin called rgb color - http://www.phpied.co...-in-javascript/ to get the color value of all dom elements, and invert them. I'm doing that with the code below: invertColors: function(){ var colorProperties = ['color', 'background-color']; //iterate through every element $('*').each(function() { var color = null; for (var prop in colorProperties) { prop = colorProperties[prop]; if (!$(this).css(prop)) continue; //if we can't find this property or it's null, continue color = new RGBColor($(this).css(prop)); //create RGBColor object if (color.ok) { //good to go, build RGB var element = $(this); $(this).css(prop, 'rgb(' + (255 - color.r) + ', ' + (255 - color.g) + ', ' + (255 - color. + ')'); //subtract each color component from 255 } color = null; //some cleanup } //end each for prop in colorproperties }); //end each } //end invert colors What I'd like to do is rather than just flip the color, tween it. I'm curious to try the greensock tweening engine. So supposedly, I should be able to make a call something like this: TweenLite.to(element, 1, {css:{prop:'rgb(' + (255 - color.r) + ', ' + (255 - color.g) + ', ' + (255 - color. + ')' }, ease:Power2.easeOut}); but this is not working (no errors are thrown), so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Anyone have any ideas for how to get this working, or what the proper way to tween all of these color properties would be?
  14. Hi everyone, I'm new to GSAP and am trying to duplicate a jQuery animation using Greensock. One of the effects is a constant scrolling background similar to http://www.kudoswebsolutions.com/blog/jquery_scrolling_background/demos.html Using tweenMax I've come up with TweenMax.to($("#bg"),1,{css:{backgroundPosition:"+=1px 0"},repeat:-1}); However the background position resets every time the animation repeats. How can I continue the animation indefinitely without setting the time to something like 99999?
  15. I'm having to develop a minisite which needs to be backwards compatible to IE7. I'm using jQuery and GS JS v12. I'm testing on browserstack.com -- a virtual IE7 running under a virtual Windows XP One of the errors I got is in CSSPlugin -- Invalid argument. I attach a picture at start of this message (click to see bigger). Two questions: 1) what might be going wrong? This code works fine in modern browsers. 2) is there a non-min version of the GS JS libraries to see things a little more clearly? obviously (1) depends on MY code, but I'm pretty sure there's nothing wrong with it as everything works with modern browser -- and it would be bloody hard to debug on this remote virtual machine, to see exactly which code of mine is being called — is there something with running v12 on IE7 that I should be aware of? I'm fine if it's not backwards-compatible, but just would like to know… Thanks
  16. I'm new to JS/CSS (coming from AS3) -- I wonder if someone could help me figure out the following: I'd like to have tabs at the bottom of a page which, when rolled over (or clicked) slide up. The tabs will contain images of 45px height. I'd like, say, the extended tab to be something like 100px in height. I gather this has something to do with overflow, hidden, auto, etc -- I've seen solutions using jQuery slide, but I'm not sure how to do it with Greensock -- that is, I am well-versed in the GS engines, but putting it all together (CSS, DIVs, overflows, etc) is throwing me. Any help much appreciated!
  17. As an erstwhile AS3 developer moving over to some JS, could someone clarify this for me? I was trying to move a div on screen and then (when invisible) set it back to where it started. Something like this (swapOut is a JQuery object): TweenMax.to(swapOut,0.4,{css:{x,opacity:0},onComplete:this.finishSwapImages,onCompleteParams:[swapOut,swapOut.css('x')]}); But I could never get it set back where I wanted? See the obvious error: I'm using 'x' instead of 'left'. When I inspected in Firebug I saw that my div's css had a transform-matrix set on it. When I went back and did this, all worked fine TweenMax.to(swapOut,0.4,{css:{left,opacity:0},onComplete:this.finishSwapImages,onCompleteParams:[swapOut,swapOut.css('left')]}); My question is: what's TweenMax doing for me with respect to x? Is this a proper CSS property? — or is TweenMax lending a helpful hand for us AS3 people and moving stuff in a tricky way when we (mistakenly) say 'x'? If so, what else is like this in the JS version? ("y" -> "top", etc?)
  18. I'm trying to figure out the best practice for an image swap. I'm coming from AS, new to JS, but I have a basic idea of what to do -- and nothing seems to work. I'm trying to use the old 'make a UL inline for a horizontal menu' trick -- I ran through all of these options but couldn't get any to work 1) loaded both images into the <li> with different z-indexes, thinking that I'd TweenMax the top image to 0 opacity on rollover -- even with float:left they sat next to each other not on top of each other. 2) I set the "over" image as the background with CSS and put the "out" image in the <li> and then tweened the "out" image to 0 opacity on rollover. Somehow this seemed to collapse the box -- the background image wasn't displayed when the front was invisible -- this seemed to be a result of the 'display:inline' The easiest thing is to simply swap 'src' on rollover -- but I'm looking for a gradual transition. Any suggestions? I know it's hard to talk about what I'm doing/not doing without my code, but in lieu of that, if someone could provide a sample, or a link, that would be helpful. Thanks!
  19. Hey! First of all, this isn't an animation or tween problem but as there is no other Javascript section, I'm posting it here. Also I'm not entirely sure that it is caused by TweenLite but it is happening in my TweenLite line of code. I have an image and I want to generate a reflection effect for it so I duplicated the image, mirrored it and reduced the opacity through TweenLite (makes it so much easier!). In all browsers I have tested it so far it works fine (including IE7) but in Chrome it's behaving weird. The reflecting image is at the bottom of my page and should partially exceed the bottom border of the DIV it is in. What Chrome does is that the image itself does not go further down than the border of the content div but the canvas or area of the image does go down. This results in clipping the image. This could be an issue with the css I'm applying with the TweenLite line or it could be the way TweenLite handles it. If I comment out the line with where the TweenLite css is set, it gets positioned over the border just fine, but obviously without the right css attributes. Here is the Jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/qTE2m/ here are screenshots of what I mean: Chrome: http://puu.sh/1xI15 FireFox: http://puu.sh/1xI24 The black line at the bottom is the border of the div the image is in.
  20. Hi Jack, thanks for the gsap. From what i see the overwrite auto does not work for tweens initiated via css className. So if you have say an on-mouseover and add a css class {css:{className:"+=class1"}} and then mouse-out before the css property tweens are complete and remove the class {css:{className:"-=class1"}}, the first tween/s are not cancelled and continue to completion - and then the remove class takes effect immediately. If you use overwrite "all" - all tweens stop as expected. Cheers
  21. Hi, I was implementing a tween based on CSS3's background-size today. That would map to "backgroundSize" as defined in CSSPlugin.js. However, the tween doesn't work in the latest Firefox. While it works perfectly in the latest Chrome. I digged down until I found about this condition in _parsePosition function in CSSPlugin.js: _parsePosition = function(v, o) { if (v == null || v === "" || v === "auto") { v = "0 0"; } Debugging this, I found that 'v' was passed in as 'auto' in Chrome. But it was passed in as 'auto auto' instead in Firefox. Since 'v' was not changed to '0 0' this leads to parsing problem resulting in 'NaN' in o.ox. And thus the effect doesn't work. My TweenMax code looks like something along these lines: controller.addTween( chart.offset().top, TweenMax.fromTo($('.bub', chart), .25, {css:{opacity:0, 'letter-spacing':'30px', backgroundSize:'0% 0%'}, immediateRender:true, ease:Quad.easeInOut}, {css:{opacity:1, 'letter-spacing':'0px', backgroundSize:'100% 100%'}, ease:Quad.easeInOut} ), 0, -350 ); I patched CSSPlugin.js locally so that it now handles 'auto auto' case. The backgroundSize transition now works correctly on my machine. if (v == null || v === "" || v === "auto" || v === 'auto auto') { v = "0 0"; } Hope this helps. Not sure of any proper channel to report issue for TweenMax? Natthawut
  22. Sorry this is probably a really newb question, but can somebody help with the correct syntax for tweening css properties using fromTo (or is this not possible)? TweenMax.fromTo($(".obj"),1,{css:{left:50, top: 10}, css{left:0, top: 50}}); I've been messing around adding and deleting curly brackets for ages, but the console just throws an error every time and I can't seem to find anything in documentation to give me a better clue. Thanks for any help in advance - GSAP really is an awesome work!
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