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  1. Hi, I am pretty new in GSAP and don't have a lot of exp. in react, so I am not 100% sure what is the main cause of this problem. Problem: I am trying to do a basic show/hide DOM element animation by clicking on buttons (one in parent App component, one inside of About section) and it works almost great. I would like that About section will be out of the viewport by default but after TweenMax.set(...) I still can see About section (I don't use CSS transform for default state). I saw examples and other topics on the forum but haven't found something like that so far. I also figured out that there is a workaround: put extra conditions in componentDidUpdate() method and replace all this.aboutSection refs by "id/data attribute/class name" (see code snippet). class App extends Component { constructor() { super(); this.state = { isOpenedAbout: false } } toggleAboutSection = () => { this.setState({isOpenedAbout: !this.state.isOpenedAbout}); }; render() { return ( <div> <About isOpenedAbout={this.state.isOpenedAbout} toggleAboutSection={this.toggleAboutSection} /> </div> ) } } class About extends Component { constructor() { super(); this.aboutSection = null; } componentDidMount() { console.log('this.aboutSection', this.aboutSection); // in the browser console: <section class="about text-c-mercury-light"> TweenMax.set(this.aboutSection, {xPercent: 100}); console.log('this.aboutSection', this.aboutSection); // in the browser console: <section class="about text-c-mercury-light" style="transform: translate(100%, 0%) matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0);"> } componentDidUpdate(prepProps) { if (this.props.isOpenedAbout && this.props.isOpenedAbout !== prepProps.isOpenedAbout) { TweenMax.to(this.aboutSection, .8, {xPercent: 0, ease: Power4.easeInOut}); } else if (!this.props.isOpenedAbout && this.props.isOpenedAbout !== prepProps.isOpenedAbout) { TweenMax.to(this.aboutSection, .8, {xPercent: 100, ease: Power4.easeInOut}); } else { // workaround: if use id/dataAttribute/class instead of ref // TweenMax.set(this.aboutSection, {xPercent: 100}); } } clickCloseButton = () => { this.props.toggleAboutSection(); }; render() { return ( <div> <section ref={node => (this.aboutSection = node)} className="about text-c-mercury-light"> ... </section> </div> ); } };
  2. Hi, Is this syntax correct for setting a property for several elements at one go? function myFunc(a) { TweenMax.set([a], {css:{opacity:0}}); } var a = 'id1, id2, id3, id4, id5'; myFunc(a); Thanks!
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