I'm currently using animate() to transition loads of CSS properties for any number of elements. What I'd like to be able to do is to animate to a partial state, using perhaps iOS touch events or a slider control... Thus, I would pass in a new list of properties, then animate back and forth along the animation timeline, before finally releasing and letting the animation complete.
Thanks, but that would require many mini animations. What I'm trying to do is to provide a new set of CSS properties and, using some kind of slide, animate from the current set of properties to the new. The slide will control what percentage of the animation is currently visible. The animation will be subject to easing, so fudging the process won't be possible.
I know that this should be technically feasible, as the easing algorithms simply calculate points at any given time. The question is whether JQuery provides for such capabilities.
Thanks for the reply, though.
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