Yes, I have a scroll collection set as “main” that moves a scroll collection below it with an offset. Let’s call that Scroll-Front. I can add this trigger: WHEN > Scroll-Left > Is being scrolled > Left moved right > Condition.
Now I have a question: I’m guessing I’d have to set this up for both directions, for “Left moved Right” and “Right moved Left”. Is this correct?
From here I want small swipes to have a “return to center” movement and larger swipes to have a “jump to X coordinate” behavior.
For small swipes returning to center, my Condition 1 can be: X of Scroll-Front Is less than 200 > THEN > Scroll to a point: Offset % 0 (let’s say Animated, Duration 0.25, Ease out).
For larger swipes, WHEN > Scroll-Front > Is being scrolled > Left moved Right > Condition 1: X of Scroll-Front Is more than 200 > THEN > Scroll to a point: Offset px 1920. [Quick note: I have 3 “screens” that I’m moving through, much like having a 3-wide homescreen in Android.]
Am I on the right track? And if so, would Right moved Left have a negative Offset px for larger swipes going from left to right?
Thanks in advance. Any information nudging me in the right direction is greatly appreciated. I’m not wanting to come off as someone who needs hand-holding through this. Just trying to wrap my head around this great application; I couldn’t be creating content like this without it.