Alright… so Scroll Magic USES GSAP… but it is not GSAP. So… don’t go on their forums and ask a bunch of stuff about Scroll Magic. Let me address a few things:
Because I need make an animation.
If you want to use Adobe Edge… go right ahead. However. GSAP supports full blown animations and tweening. They’re uber fast and HIGHLY customizable complete with callbacks and full control over play, pause, reverse, etc.
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We were just talking about this. It’s probably better to create a CSS class and use GSAP to add the class. That would be the cleaner, more abstracted method. Go to GSAP’s site… play around with the tuts and get familiar with the syntax/isms.