Is there a way to use scroll.updateContent() without scrolling back to the top?
Hey Charlie Sneath - yes. Say you're updating the content within an AnimationEnd event, then you can also store the current scrollY position first, then immediately set it afterwards. This will effectively leave the scroll position as is. Like this :-)
scrollY = scroll.scrollYscroll.updateContent()scroll.scrollY = scrollY
Thanks Benjamin Den Boer. Might this also be the approach to avoid scrolling back to the top when updating a layer's superLayer?
(just tried it out, seems like it works)