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It's pretty tough to troubleshoot without a minimal demo - the issue could be caused by CSS, markup, a third party library, your browser, an external script that's totally unrelated to GSAP, etc. Would you please provide a very simple CodePen or Stackblitz that demonstrates the issue? 

 

Please don't include your whole project. Just some colored <div> elements and the GSAP code is best. See if you can recreate the issue with as few dependancies as possible. If not, incrementally add code bit by bit until it breaks. Usually people solve their own issues during this process! If not, then at least we have a reduced test case which greatly increases your chances of getting a relevant answer.

 

Here's a starter CodePen that loads all the plugins. Just click "fork" at the bottom right and make your minimal demo

See the Pen aYYOdN by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen

 

Using a framework/library like React, Vue, Next, etc.? 

CodePen isn't always ideal for these tools, so here are some Stackblitz starter templates that you can fork and import the gsap-trial NPM package for using any of the bonus plugins: 

 

Please share the StackBlitz link directly to the file in question (where you've put the GSAP code) so we don't need to hunt through all the files. 

 

Once we see an isolated demo, we'll do our best to jump in and help with your GSAP-specific questions. 

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Hi,

 

In terms of the 90 degrees angles IDK how feasible is that without some custom logic. That basically would require to stop the motion tween there, smoothly rotate the arrow, then animate the rest of the path and finally rotate the arrow again.

 

The simplest way I can think about is to split the path you're passing to the MotionPath plugin into two parts. One that has the horizontal and curve sections and a second that has only the vertical straight line. With that you can create a timeline that first moves the arrow in the horizontal straight lines and the curve at the right, then rotates, moves up and then rotates again. Of course everything should have ease: "none" in order to give a seamless integration. Something like this:

See the Pen JjxoXjR by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen

 

Hopefully this helps.

Happy Tweening!

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