I'm working on a parallax scrolling animated page in Edge Animate, and it's a timeline of life on Earth. But we wanted to start from the bottom, or "Origin of Life" and then scroll up while our 'tree of life' animates in as the user scrolls up. We definitely know it's not good web etiquette to start at the bottom, but our client is determined. I am more of an animator than a web designer, but I was wondering how one might do this using a bit of code? We are using EC.Parallax.setup(sym); from Edgecommons for the parallax function, which is basically just tying the timeline animations to the scrollbar. I've already got the animations setup to go the right way but we don't want visitors to have to scroll to the bottom first, as they'll then see everything animated in reverse! In my google searches I found something called an Iframe that you can use, and then a flurry of responses on how horrible Iframe is. Thanks for your help, we really appreciate it!
You can find the height of the document and then use window.scroll in your initialization function to default your scrollbar to the bottom of the page.
Hope that helps,
This may be worth trying in Stage > Compositonready event handler
Once the page loads it will auto scroll to the bottom of the page, then you can proceed with what it is you are attempting to do.