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I need to run a Function only over a Viewport of 795px.


If I refresh my Browser under this Limit and then stretches it over, it works fine.

But if I do it the reverse Way, the Effect not turns off, even though the function itself works wenn i test it with a simple alert.


You can watch it under this Link (im talking about the four Divs in the Screenshot)







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This question is entirely about jQuery, which we don't typically support here (we really need to focus our limited time on supporting the GSAP API), but if you want to turn the effect off you should add an else clause to the conditional in your detectViewPort function. You only have code there to turn the mouse event listeners on; not off.


Also, be aware that you are including 2 different versions of jQuery and 2 different versions of TweenMax in that page, which is not recommended.

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