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  1. Kanst

    HTML5 Masking

    Hi Guys, (and thx for the forum and thx in general to Greensock) I need a simple reveal/masking "trick"? I call it a trick, because i dont belive that there is a direct method for it in CSS/HTML5. I call it simple, 'cause i need it basically in it's simplest form. So: - 2 layers that are interconnected (div's or img's or whatever) - Layer 1 is invisible and controls what is shown of the 2nd layer. - Layer 1 can be animated. (Basic masking - like in the old and very much simpler Flash days ) Anyone figured this out? I see a lot of SVG masking discussed, but thats not what i need in this case. (so please dont refer me to those threads, im pretty sure i have investigated anything within reason for an explanation) Also, please no -webkit stuff. It needs to be solid across browsers. Hope that You guys can help an old time Greensock user out. Thx in advance /Simon
  2. Hi, I saw a tutorial where the tutor animates elements from inside a mask definition to make his desired effects, so I thought that I could use that technique to make a similar animation for a different effect, but somehow it doesn't work for me. In my picture there is a circle that is defined inside the mask definition and it is meant to be animated but it doesn't move, however, if the circle is outside of the mask tags it can be animated. So the question is that is there a way to animate that circle defined inside the mask and if it is possible, what do I need to do to make it work?
  3. Is it supported by GSAP the animation for venetian mask effect animation? I surf the net about making a venetian mask effect using GSAP. If you guys know how to make please post here thanks! The animation look like this but using GSAP! Reference of animation: https://codepen.io/dudleystorey/pen/HrFBx
  4. Hi, I’m trying to figure out how to scale a circle within a SVG clipping mask, while keeping the mask static. Currently, the clipping path seems to scale along with the shape. Here's an example: http://codepen.io/ohem/pen/RaOZPa Based on my searches, it seems like the AttrPlugin could help, but I don’t seem to be able to implement it: http://codepen.io/ohem/pen/XdQabo Any suggestions as to how to implement this would be much appreciated.
  5. Hi All, I am trying to animate a mask in a Flash HTML5 Canvas document using TweenLite. I am trying to animate a symbol that is in a mask layer. But when I try I get a JavaScript console error: TweenLite.min.js:12 Uncaught Cannot tween a null target. My other objects animate fine. I believe I have all the proper .js files loaded in the HTML (easelJS, tweenJS, movieclip, preloadJS) and the Tweenlite files (CSSPlugin, EasePack, Tweenlite). Here is the code I used that throws the error. TweenLite.to(this.leftYellowStripeMask, .5, {y:-9, ease:Quad.easeOut, delay:.3}); I'm guessing masks are not supported this way? Thanks,
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