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Reducing the time it takes for Draggable throwComplete property

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Currently I have a draggable item that alters the item beneath it when hitTest is true. I use 'throwComplete' because using onDragEnd sometime triggers both the element the item originated on AND the item the draggable ends up on (I'm using snap). I only want the element that the draggable element will end up on, and throwComplete works correctly for this. However, it takes about .5 of a second for the throwComplete to be triggered. I tried 'autoScroll: 2', but that didn't seem to make a difference. Any tips?



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I'm not sure I completely understand the question. You're throwing an element and using hitTest, but also talking about autoScroll? We can better assist you with a demo. Here's some more info about creating one.


Thanks and happy tweening.



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You can change maxDuration and minDuration while defining the Draggable or you can change it on the fly. You can also perform tests on distance between object and target location inside snap function to set the maxDuration.


https://greensock.com/docs/Utilities/Draggable Read 'throwProps' under Config object properties


In following demo I am changing minDuration to demonstrate.


See the Pen xJqway?editors=0010 by Sahil89 (@Sahil89) on CodePen


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