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  1. const DotCursor: React.FC = () => { const dotRef = useRef<HTMLDivElement>(null); const { clientX, clientY } = useMousePosition(); const [isVisible, setIsVisible] = useState(false); const handleMouseEnter = () => { setIsVisible(true); }; const handleMouseLeave = () => { setIsVisible(false); }; const handleMouseMove = () => { setIsVisible(true); }; useGSAP( () => { const dot = dotRef.current; if (!dot) return; window.addEventListener("mousemove", handleMouseMove); document.addEventListener("mouseenter", handleMouseEnter); document.addEventListener("mouseleave", handleMouseLeave); const animateDot = () => { gsap.set(dot, { x: clientX, y: clientY, }); }; gsap.ticker.add(animateDot); return () => { window.removeEventListener("mousemove", handleMouseMove); document.removeEventListener("mouseenter", handleMouseEnter); document.removeEventListener("mouseleave", handleMouseLeave); gsap.ticker.remove(animateDot); }; }, { dependencies: [clientX, clientY] } ); return ( <div ref={dotRef} className="dot-cursor bg-orange-700" style={{ opacity: isVisible ? 1 : 0, position: "fixed", width: "10px", height: "10px", border: "solid 1px black", borderRadius: "20%", pointerEvents: "none", transform: "translate(-50%, -50%)", zIndex: 9999, }} /> ); }; export default DotCursor;
  2. Hello! I'm trying to create a carousel similar to this website: https://wtcabuja.com/ As you scroll in reference site, a single item stays in the middle, scrolling fills the progress below and when it completes, the next slide comes from the right side and vice versa for reverse. I tried implementing something similar by sliding an item using ScrollTrigger. But I don't know how can I manage to make multiple items slide back and forth on scroll. Here's a Stackblitz Minimal Demo of what I did. Any kind of help is appreciated. Thanks!
  3. Hi, I'm making project with React and GSSP. I want to make header effect that connect with scrolling. This is my project with codesandbox. https://codesandbox.io/p/devbox/cocky-ben-fgwh9p?file=%2Fsrc%2Futils%2FdataUtils.tsx%3A11%2C29 In my project I have got issue when click the navbar. When I click the navbar link, the navbar animation replay.
  4. Hello, I've started my React journey recently. For my final university college project, I want to create a "Your own adventure webcomic". I want to animate the every panels and in order to do so I had to use GSAP or "useGSAP" (I am proud of this one). I have watched those two videos to understand how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwU72sp_gGI https://youtu.be/l0aI8Ecumy8 But I am not sure if I have fully understood how it works. useGSAP automatically revert the animation at the end, so does it mean that I am not supposed to see things like this once the animation finished? Or is it only when the component is dismounted? I also wanted to ask if I use it properly. So here is an example of how I have used it in my code: const [isMounted, setIsMounted] = useState(false) const shakingRef = useRef(gsap.timeline({ repeat: 2, repeatDelay: 0 })); useEffect(() => { setIsMounted(true); }, []); useGSAP( () => { if (isMounted == true) { if (healthRef.current > elvan.health) { shakingRef.current .to(elvanRef.current, { xPercent: -5, yPercent: -5, duration: 0.1 }) .to(elvanRef.current, { xPercent: -0, yPercent: -0, duration: 0 }) .to(elvanRef.current, { xPercent: 5, yPercent: 5, duration: 0.1 }) .to(elvanRef.current, { xPercent: -0, yPercent: -0, duration: 0 }); } } }, { dependencies: [elvan.health], scope: elvanRef.current, } ); Thank you in advance for your answer (And sorry if I have made some mistakes, English is not my mother tongue).
  5. Hello, For my final university college project I want to create a "Your own adventure webcomic". I've recently started my React journey, and I wanted to animate some stuffs in this project. Here you can access a codesandbox for a better understanding for what is coming. I think that I have a misunderstanding of how the scope of useGsap works. Here is my problem, I have a parent component (StoryNarrative) and its child (StoryFragment). StoryNarrative create multiple iteration of StoryFragment. It is important to also note that a new StoryFragment is created whenever the state displayToNumber changes. displayToNumber is a number that changes everytime that the user clicks on a button. It tells StoryNarrative to loop StoryFragment based on an array from 0 to displayToNumber. I want the scope to be a div within the last iteration of StoryFragment that has been created. In order to do so, I have created a ref array (animatedRef) that refers every div. Once done, I have written that the scope should be the last element created. I thought that I could have two different ways to do so. Use animatedRef.current[animatedRef.current.length - 1] or animatedRef.current.[displayToNumber]. But it does not work as I thought. The console shows that for some reason, even after that a new div is created, React keeps using the old length for the first build of the component before changing when I use "animatedRef.current[animatedRef.current.length - 1]" but it does not do so when I use animatedRef.current.[displayToNumber]. But the problem is, however I write animatedRef.current.[displayToNumber] or animatedRef.current[animatedRef.current.length - 1] as the scope, it never refers to the last element created. With animatedRef.current[animatedRef.current.length - 1] it animates the element before the last and with animatedRef.current.[displayToNumber] it seems like the scope does not work at all. So if anyone have any idea of why this is happening please let me know. English is not my mothertongue so I may have done some mistakes, if something is not clear enough please let me know. And thanks in advance for your answers.
  6. I'm using the new useGSAP hook with gsap + scroll trigger. When I use the hook, my scrolltrigger pinned section seems to disappear. When I use the original way (using useIsomorphicLayoutEffect with GSAP Context) it seems to work exactly as expected. Im using packages: - GSAP business - useGSAP version 2.1.1. - React version 18.3.1 - React DOM version 18.3.1 Unfortunatley when I create a minimal demo, both methods work fine Is there something I should be looking for, or am i not using the hook correctly? See video here for example => https://vimeo.com/947131601?share=copy // this works useIsomorphicLayoutEffect(() => { const ctx = gsap.context(() => { gsap.to("#voting", { scrollTrigger: { trigger: "#voting", pin: "#voting", start: "top top", end: "bottom top", }, }); }); return () => ctx.revert(); }, []); // this does not work useGSAP(() => { gsap.to("#voting", { scrollTrigger: { trigger: "#voting", pin: "#voting", start: "top top", end: "bottom top", }, }); }, []);
  7. Hello everyone, I want to switch component to render using gsap but currently it overlaps eachother. my current code is: https://stackblitz.com/edit/stackblitz-starters-egrwn8?file=app%2Fpage.tsx
  8. Hi there, So I am using gsap for animation in a NextJs project and there are some component that has little animations that I am trying to test. To be direct I stimulate a user click interaction in the test and check to see if the "aria-*" attribute or "data-*" attribute has been updated to the correct state when the animation is done but all test fails. I am using the gsap `.then` callback to trigger this update when the animation is done. It works fine in the dev and prod env but the `.then` callback function fails to run in a test env. I have created a minimal demo of my issue, please find the link below https://stackblitz.com/edit/stackblitz-starters-mvcff3?file=app%2Fpage.test.tsx Thank you.
  9. Hi yall, I'm hoping I can get some help with some gsap animations in React. I have a UI i'm working on where an inactive segment animates by translating up, while a new active element translates to 0 from the bottom.. There is a noticeable flicker of no content before the animation starts. I don't know what I'm doing wrong to cause this. I first noticed it in my storybook. Here's a link to my code transferred to a codesandbox to demonstrate; this is the core of the logic where the animation happens: https://codesandbox.io/p/sandbox/gsap-expedition-w96d45?file=%2Fsrc%2Fcomponents%2FExpedition%2FSegment.tsx%3A189%2C28 You can recreate the animation sequence by clicking on the buttons at the top which should trigger the animations to change. Nothing will happen if you click the same button twice Caveat: I know I should be using useGsap hook - but I can't until we update our react version. So here i use a custom hook instead. Any help would really be appreciated!
  10. I'm just starting out with React and `useGSAP` and I'm running into an issue with out what appears to be the hook registering: react.development.js:1630 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read properties of null (reading 'useRef') at useRef (react.development.js:1630:1) at useGSAP (index.js:32:1) However, despite this error - I can console.log the `useGSAP` hook, and also the `gsap` package and both are successfully loaded. This error message happens when I try to use useGSAP. This is the error message i'm getting: Segment.tsx:39 Warning: Invalid hook call. Hooks can only be called inside of the body of a function component. This could happen for one of the following reasons: 1. You might have mismatching versions of React and the renderer (such as React DOM) 2. You might be breaking the Rules of Hooks 3. You might have more than one copy of React in the same app See https://reactjs.org/link/invalid-hook-call for tips about how to debug and fix this problem. printWarning @ react.development.js:209 error @ react.development.js:183 resolveDispatcher @ react.development.js:1592 useRef @ react.development.js:1629 useGSAP @ index.js:32 (anonymous) @ Segment.tsx:39 react.development.js:1630 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read properties of null (reading 'useRef') at useRef (react.development.js:1630:1) at useGSAP (index.js:32:1) at Segment.tsx:39:1 at renderWithHooks (react-dom.development.js:16305:1) at updateForwardRef (react-dom.development.js:19226:1) at beginWork (react-dom.development.js:21636:1) at HTMLUnknownElement.callCallback (react-dom.development.js:4164:1) at Object.invokeGuardedCallbackDev (react-dom.development.js:4213:1) at invokeGuardedCallback (react-dom.development.js:4277:1) at beginWork$1 (react-dom.development.js:27451:1) here's what i have so far: import React, { forwardRef, useEffect, useCallback, useRef } from "react"; import { useActiveSegment, BkExpeditionContextValues, } from "src/BkExpedition/index"; import { mergeRefs } from "src/util/mergRefs"; import clsx from "clsx"; import gsap from "gsap/dist/gsap"; import { useGSAP } from "@gsap/react"; gsap.registerPlugin(useGSAP); export type SegmentProps = Omit< React.ComponentPropsWithoutRef<"section">, "onAnimationStart" | "onDragStart" | "onDragEnd" | "onDrag" | "onDragOver" > & { segmentKey: BkExpeditionContextValues["activeSegment"]; }; export const Segment = forwardRef<HTMLDivElement, SegmentProps>( (props, ref) => { const { segmentKey, className, children, ...restOfHtmlAttrs } = props; const { activeSegment, previousSegment } = useActiveSegment(); const isActive = activeSegment === segmentKey; const sectionRef = useRef<HTMLDivElement>(null); const animateInTL = useRef<gsap.core.Timeline>(); const animateOutTL = useRef<gsap.core.Timeline>(); useGSAP(() => { // console.log("sectionRef", sectionRef.current); // if (sectionRef.current === null) return; // // animateInTL.current = gsap // .timeline({ paused: true }) // .fromTo(sectionRef?.current, { x: "100%" }, { x: "0%" }); // animateOutTL.current = gsap // .timeline({ paused: true }) // .fromTo(sectionRef?.current, { x: "0%" }, { x: "-100%" }); }); useEffect(() => { if (previousSegment === null) { return; } if (activeSegment === segmentKey) { animateInTL?.current?.play(); return; } if (previousSegment === segmentKey) { animateOutTL?.current?.play(); return; } }, [activeSegment, previousSegment, segmentKey]); return ( <section ref={mergeRefs(ref, sectionRef)} {...restOfHtmlAttrs} aria-hidden={!isActive} className={clsx(className, styles.segment, isActive && styles.isActive)} style={{ transform: isActive ? "translateX(0%)" : "translateX(100%)", }} > {children} </section> ); }, ); Segment.displayName = "Segment"; Am i not registering the book in the right place? Should it be registered inside the function component? FWIW - I plan to use this component in Next.js. Any help would be really appreciated -Gabriel
  11. I am having an issue I have seen described in other contexts but haven't found a solution for. My project is using the Next.js framework for react, Smooth Scrollbar, and ScrollTrigger. I have a .to() with a scrollTrigger object inside that is in a <Navigation /> component. The text at the top of the page is just supposed to pin itself and scroll with the window, but it only works in some cases. I think I'm not fully understanding some lifecycle thing here. All these methods of reproducing my errors are also commented at the top of the index.js file in the sandbox With Smooth Scrollbar enabled, the scrollTrigger object stored in the <Navigation /> component, and the <Navigation /> component imported and nested in the main functional component, the effect does not work after refreshing the page. If you go into the scrollTrigger object in the <Navigation /> component and update one of the values (change the 'end' value to a different number) this will trigger a hot reload without refreshing the browser. If you scroll back to the top and scroll down, you will see the effect is now working. If you comment out the entire useEffect() hook in the main index.js component this will disable Smooth Scrollbar. If you save the file and refresh you will see the effect working as intended, without having to trigger a hot reload, but now there is no Smooth Scrollbar. If you reset the sandbox to the original state, uncomment the HTML in the main index.js components return, comment out the <Navigation /> component right above it, save and then refresh, you will see that the effect works on load, with Smooth Scrollbar, without having to trigger a hot reload, but now I've lost the ability to nest components. CodeSandbox link Direct link to results in browser (A little easier for refreshing) Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm out of ideas at this point.
  12. Hi everyone. I'd like to create an animation that plays in a loop and also plays when I scroll. Animation: animates the css clip-path property of the images according to the current index. Currently, when the component is mounted, the animation plays correctly but remains stuck on the last image of the array. And when I scroll, nothing happens. Does anyone have a solution or know where to find the bug ? Thank you in advance Demo link : https://stackblitz.com/edit/gsap-react-basic-f48716-ebgh4d?file=src%2FApp.js I was inspired by the following examples: https://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/wvZjeGN?editors=1010 https://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/XWzRraJ?editors=1010
  13. code sandbox I'm new to GSAP and am struggling getting a certain animation to work using scrollTrigger when my elements are in a grid layout. The animation aims to move the content horizontally as the user scrolls, and I've taken out the relevant components into this code sandbox. Apologies if there's still too much code in there, but I wanted to make sure the code is representative of the components I have in my project, in case there are nuances causing the problem. In App.tsx, if you uncomment all the code, you'll find a grid layout containing a 'navbar' on the left, and the main content on the right. Currently, with the grid commented out, the animation works fine, but if you include the grid, it all breaks for reasons I don't understand. I've read through the common mistakes for GSAP and scrollTrigger and don't think this is covered. I also have a couple of other smaller issues as well please in the ExperiencePage.tsx component: toggleClass on scrollTrigger doesn't apply the .active class to components. the width variable isn't being updated as the browser window is resized, despite me setting invalidateOnRefresh to true and using a function to define the end attribute in the scrollTrigger configuration. Appreciate any help with this please.
  14. Hello, I'm trying to implement mounting and unmounting animations to conditionally rendered elements in my React component, similar to the example given in the Advanced React docs: {!joined && ( <div ref={usernameFormRef}> <Button onClick={() => onSubmit()}> Join </Button> </div> )} {joined && ( <div ref={controlsRef}> <Button onClick={() => onLeave()}> Leave </Button> </div> )} const [joined, setJoined] = useState(false); const { contextSafe } = useGSAP({ scope: controlsScope }); const tl = gsap.timeline(); const onSubmit = contextSafe(() => { tl.to(usernameFormRef.current, { opacity: 0, yPercent: 200, duration: 0.7, ease: "back.in(2)", onComplete: () => setJoined(true), }); tl.from(controlsRef.current, { opacity: 0, yPercent: 200, duration: 0.7, ease: "back.out(2)", }); }); const onLeave = contextSafe(() => { tl.to(controlsRef.current, { opacity: 0, yPercent: 200, duration: 0.7, ease: "back.in(2)", onComplete: () => setJoined(false), }); tl.from(usernameFormRef.current, { opacity: 0, yPercent: 200, duration: 0.7, ease: "back.out(2)", }); }); The problem I faced was that the onComplete function seemed to fire at the end of the timeline, not between each tween. This results in the tl.to unmounting/exit animation working as expected unlike tl.from which results in an abrupt mounting of the controlsRef element. I have also tried implementing without a timeline but ran into the same results. What exactly am I missing here? Any help would be much appreciated. I have also attached my component directly if more context is needed. MultiplayerControls.tsx
  15. Hello, I have a couple of questions and one dead end that I can't seem to solve. I am attempting to create an ellipse carousel, essentially similar to this one made in a circle: https://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/GRMqWvW My main issue lies in the fact that I'm attempting to move objects along the path using the progress parameter, and I don't know how to achieve this functionality. I have tried to add animation to the timeline, but currently, it isn't moving even with the basic rotation for the div, which acts as a wrapper. I've added numerous console.log statements to track progress changes, and they seem to be updating correctly. The relevant code for inspection is from line 65 to 177, with some comments interspersed. From the side problems I'm also struggling to track the active element using animation added to the timeline, similar to the example provided by GSAP example pin (lines 83-97, currently commented out). Currently, I am changing this value within the 'moveWheel' function at line 162. Here's StackBlitz link for the above questions: https://stackblitz.com/edit/stackblitz-starters-4p7twq?file=src%2Fcomponents%2FroundComponent.js Another issue I need assistance with is the 'convertToPath' function. I am attempting to obtain a path from an ellipse, but when I position the SVG beforehand (for example, by centering it using cx and cy values), obtaining the path doesn't reflect this position. Additionally, if I try to directly add a translate into the generated path, it doesn't work. How can I accomplish this correctly? I have provided separate code to visualize this problem: https://stackblitz.com/edit/stackblitz-starters-6mzrk4?file=src%2FApp.js P.S. Regarding the issue with converting the ellipse to a path, I've noticed that if I comment out line 57 within my code, it looks as it should, but now the entire path isn't visible ?. I've saved the StackBlitz project with a comment on that line. Perhaps you could provide me as I think with some simple solution to get a whole path of svg visible? Thanks in advance.
  16. Why are the "duration" and "ease" properties not working? I checked, the element exists, but the properties are not added to it. I commented out one line in the styles.scss file, I recommend uncommenting it to see how the element should behave. I would be glad to hear your tips! DEMO
  17. Hello! I think I got trouble understanding how should I use GSAP in my Next.js project, in particular, ScrollTriggers, how to initialize and kill them on resize and pathname change. Let me share you my component (it's a Prismic slice in case you wonder about the syntax). I removed some parts which are irrelevant. The aim of this code is to pin the smaller "intro" div, until we scroll through the whole container. Then it sticks to the bottom of it. This code actually works, but I've got a couple problems with it. 1. Resizing works really slow. It feels like a lot of stuff is happening in the background and it feels wrong. But it still kinda works. 2. Second issue is major and it's blocking me from going further. The line that kills ScrollTriggers applies to all the ScrollTriggers across the projects, including those from other components! How should I set it up properly? I will appreciate any advice! 'use client'; import { useRef } from 'react'; import gsap from 'gsap'; import ScrollTrigger from 'gsap/dist/ScrollTrigger'; import { useGSAP } from '@gsap/react'; const Values = ({ slice }: ValuesProps): JSX.Element => { const container = useRef<HTMLDivElement>(null); const intro = useRef<HTMLDivElement>(null); const setupSTs = (offset: number) => { // I don't need a pin on mobile screens <= 768 if (window.innerWidth > 768) { ScrollTrigger.create({ trigger: container.current, start: 'top top', end: `bottom bottom-=${offset}`, pin: intro.current, }); } }; const initSTs = () => { // This line breaks my other components, but if I disable it, resizing for this component doesn't work anymore ScrollTrigger.getAll().forEach((ST) => ST.kill()); if (intro.current) { let introHeight = intro.current.clientHeight; let offset = window.innerHeight - introHeight; setupSTs(offset); } }; // Is it a correct use of useGSAP? useGSAP( () => { gsap.registerPlugin(ScrollTrigger); initSTs(); ScrollTrigger.addEventListener('refreshInit', initSTs); }, { scope: container } ); return ( <section ref={container} > <div className={styles.values__wrapper}> <div ref={intro} className={styles.values__intro}> (...) </div> <div className={styles.values__container}> (...) </div> </div> </section> ); }; export default Values;
  18. I'm facing a problem with animate html inside foreignObject. when I click the button it animates. it works normally on desktop and Android devices and is debug responsive with iPhone on the Chrome dev tool. but when I'm testing in a real iPhone. it causing problems. the text and jumping big above the SVG and this is not i want. how can i fix it ? Please help me. this is the demo in codesandbox: animate html ìn foreignObject - CodeSandbox
  19. Hi everyone, I am just starting with GSAP and React and want to adopt best practices from the beginning. I would appreciate your insights on my approach. My question concerns triggering an animation before a component re-renders, similar to the discussion in this topic. However, my scenario involves initiating the animation with a button's onClick event. Currently, I am using forwardRef and useImperativeHandle in React, which allows me to activate a function from a button in a separate component. This function triggers a fade-out animation in the component where the animation is defined. In the animation's onComplete callback, I modify a variable that is part of the prop in the main component, causing it to re-render. Is there a better way to achieve this effect? Also, if you have any comments or suggestions after reviewing my code, I would be extremely grateful to hear them. Here is link to the stackblitz with the minimal demo: https://stackblitz.com/edit/stackblitz-starters-v1vstg?file=src%2Fcomponents%2Fplaceholder.js PS. I forgot mention that I want this effect to works when the buttons are in different component than the animated content. I already add this functionality to the demo.
  20. Hi, I have a Problem with my project on Vercel and GSAP Bonus Plugins. I don't know if i can paste the code in CodePen since it's Typescript and Next.js so i added some screenshots of the code. Locally everything works fine, but on Vercel i get this Building Log Errors: I have generated a PRIVJS_TOKEN and installed all Bonus Plugins via npm locally. In the console of the browser i get this errors:
  21. I have a pinned section in my page, which makes the other Scroll triggers I have in different child components have their starting positions inaccurate. I tried refreshing the Scroll trigger(using ScrollTrigger.refresh()) in the main page(file) but the issue remained. Also I want to know if there is a way I can pass down an instance of Scroll trigger and Gsap to my other components, so If i refresh that one instance, it updates everywhere, or is there a better way to handle having multiple gsap and scroll triggers in different components but still being able to control them from the main page? Also I want to know if the better approach is to write all my animations in one useEffect with all the jsx in one page(file) or have some of the animations for different parts of the page as components which include their respective jsx. So pretty much everything in one page or components style ? I ask this because the component approach has been a headache for me, because one way or another the starting points end up inaccurate. I would apperciate if someone could help with a direction I could take. This is a simplified version https://stackblitz.com/edit/vite-react-tailwind-fpc1wz?file=src/App.jsx where I tried to refresh a child component but it didn't work
  22. Hi guys, I am currently rebuilding my website and i am asking myself what is the bestway to share one timeline through multiple components ? let's say i have this architecture --Layout ----Header ----Component1 --------Component2 --------Component3 ----Footer And i want part of my header timeline starting after the one executed in component3 ? Currently i am using context but it feels a bit strange to me Provider.js const [globalTimeline, setGlobalTimeline] = useState( gsap.timeline({ paused: true }) ) // Global Timeline for animation <myContext.Provider value={{ globalTimeline, setGlobalTimeline: tl => setGlobalTimeline(tl), }} > {children} </myContext.Provider> Layout.js useEffect(() => { globalTimeline.addLabel('start'') globalTimeline.play() }, []) I call my context in every component and add my animation to the globalTimeline. Thank you
  23. I am working on a navigation menu that uses a dot underneath the active link. I want to animate the dot by reparenting it using Flip when a user navigates to a different page. I found a helpful example of reparenting using Flip in a react project created by someone here, and I forked it. My fork is here: https://stackblitz.com/edit/vitejs-vite-9pac1m?file=src%2FApp.jsx I have added a new onClick handler `handleParentClick` that is triggered by each parent link. The handler gets the index of the link from a data attribute. I expected this to work, but each time I click a parent I get the following error: react-dom_client.js?v=14fad21f:16659 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read properties of null (reading '_gsap') at Object._getCache2 [as getCache] (gsap.js?v=c3ccde3e:132:17) at ElementState2.update (gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:1024:101) at new ElementState2 (gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:1016:10) at gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:890:14 at Array.map (<anonymous>) at FlipState2.update (gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:889:39) at new FlipState2 (gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:883:12) at _parseState2 (gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:592:65) at Function.from (gsap_Flip.js?v=e3486289:1246:27) at App.jsx:32:10 I'm not sure how to troubleshoot this error and hoping someone can point me in the right direction.
  24. I have a component with dynamic id usinguseId()hook from react. it generates a string that contains a colon ":R1fakq:" something similar to this. then I will use this id to trigger a scrollTo with ScrollToPlugin but it throws an uncaught error. I tried manually setting the id with a colon character and it render the same issue.
  25. Hi Team, What I'm trying to achieve The overall effect is curvy timeline (vertical) that is revealed as the user scrolls down the page. As the user scrolls down the page, the curved line is drawn, dots are added to the line and content is revealed. The content is sourced from a CMS (rows), there are unknown number of rows, and the content in each row can vary in size/height The Tech This is all being done in React My approach I've broken the curvy line into multiple sections: Top - The start of the timeline (Data row 1) Middle 1 - The first Section (Data row 2) Middle 2 - The second section (data row 3) ...n middles sections Bottom - The end of the timeline Each is its own component which is responsible for the animation. Where I'm struggling All this, for the most part works OK. Where I'm getting unstuck is: 1) Nicely transitioning from row to row (leading dot on the motion path) 2) On scroll up removing the lead dot. I have a demo in stackbitz, I hope this is ok? I realise there's a bit going on in this so let me know if I need to simplify further. https://stackblitz.com/edit/react-ahd2tq?file=src%2FApp.js
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