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Hi all,


Trying to build a greensock slider with some code that i have put together from pens, tutorials etc.


I thought i was going well but i have hit a snag.


I wanted the first slide to have have another timeline inside of it where 3 elements animate independantly. these then all dissappear as the first slide does. The problem is when it repeats the first slide doesn't animate again. Is there a way to make it 'refresh'?


Thanks for any help, this is probably a bit adventurous for me but really wanted to give it a go.


After this i'm going to try and add the buttons.



See the Pen adGpwB by phillip_vale (@phillip_vale) on CodePen

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Thanks for the demo there are 2 things going on here.


First, you weren't adding your elements timeline to slideTL1 properly. I changed the code to use:


      .set($slide1, {
        opacity: 1
      }) // adds a label
I stripped some things down just to show that elements is now properly nested and will replay when you replay tl. http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/EPOyNp?editors=0010
The larger problem is that when you need to fix what prepNext() does. From what I gather you are shifting DOM elements around, but when your timeline repeats you aren't un-shifting back to where they should be so that the first slide is on top of the stack. I was kind of confused by how that was implemented and why you were showing slide3 before slide1 and some other things. Unfortunately I don't have time to try to figure all that out but hopefully this makes enough sense that you know where to focus your efforts now. 
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