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  1. Hey everyone We’re rolling up on Thanksgiving here in America, so I thought I’d say how thankful I am for this forum. You’re a terrific group of people and one AI. I’m so glad I started participating a few years ago. It’s truly been life changing. As a thank you, I’m gonna drop a couple sliders here for the community. I know there are umpteen ways to make a slider, but this is my take on it. I added multiple control types and linked the nav dots animation to the draggable element for a bit of fun. We often have questions about sliders so hopefully these will be a good jumping-off point for someone. Happy Tweensgiving
  2. I have some problems with scroll magic goes horizontal example. I have part of my portfolio website which I have some accordion images and I want them to expand to their 100% width as the people scroll the page. not by hovering. like what norgram.co is doing more or less but I just want it on my images. so I started to use the go horizontal structure of the magic Scroll and nothing is working and I don't know why. https://codepen.io/nargess-shabani/pen/oRvjGr#code-area help me, please. I am stuck.
  3. Hi all, Looking for a hand or some advice if possible. I've created this codepen (below) and it works well enough when you drag the content horizontally but I would also like to be able to scroll with the mouse through the content, very much like the functionality of this website - https://antoni.de/cases/ I'm fairly new to Javascript and certainly GSAP, so any input is much appreciated. Thanks Jon
  4. Hi there guys, just downloaded the GSAP package yesterday and been reading through the docs. I have a project I want to work on involving an interactive comic book, and I'm just wondering how difficult it may be to implement. I'm somewhat of a newbie at Javascript, covered things like AJAX and some interactivity through JQuery UI, but have little to no experience in animation. I am essentially looking to create a full page sideways slideshow that activates a different series of animations whenever a new slide is opened. Looking at this http://codepen.io/bassta/pen/kDvmC example here on Chrysto/Bastas page it is definitley doable, but whenever I try changing it to have horizontal transitions rather than vertical, I break it, and wouldn't even know where to begin activating animations on each seperate slide. Would any know how I could get on the right track?
  5. Hello, The prior website contained an excellent example of horizontal panel scrolling (or dragging) with the panels going back to alignment with the edge of the display when released. I believe it was on the ThrowProps page, but this example did not use ThrowProps. I can't seem to find it in the new website. My modifications of the code seem to have messed it up somewhere along the line and I need to get back to the original. The JS Draggable looks extraordinary, and exactly the kind of thing I need. Is there any plan to get it running in ActionScript? Gary
  6. Hello, i noticed that most people are talking about a vertical scrolling website with animations.( Like SuperScrollorama ). I need a Horizontal scrolling website, where animations take place while you scroll to the right at certain points. I can't figure out how to link the scrollbar position to a value i can use to trigger tweens.
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