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                <!-- <div id="wrap"class="border border-red-500 w-96 h-screen flex items-end">
  <div class="text-container">
      <!-- Here goes the text -->
<!--  </div>
</div>  --> 
<div class="container">
<!-- Text -->
<div class="text">
  <p class="first">
    This is one paragrah
    This is the 2nd paragrah
    This is an example or a text
    with multiple lines
    so I can see how it behaves
    even tho my project is gonna <br> have a lot of tags
    because it's going to be a <br> <strong>WYSIWYG</<strong>


                .container {
  display: flex;
  align-items: flex-end;
  height: 100vh;
.text {
  width: 500px;
  border: 1px solid green;
// .first {
//   display: block;
//   border: 1px solid;
// }
#warp {
  height: 400px !important;



let dynamicText2 = gsap.utils.toArray(".text p")

gsap.set(".text", {y: 200})
let main_tl = gsap.timeline();

let tl = gsap.timeline();
dynamicText2.forEach((paragraph) => {
  mySplitText = new SplitText(paragraph, {type:"words,chars"}), 
chars = mySplitText.chars;
  tl.staggerFrom(chars,0.01, {opacity:0, ease:Power1.easeIn}, 0.08, "+=0.1")
} )".text", {duration: 20, y: -80})

This examples only animates the lines, not the characters
//'.text-container', {
//     duration: 2, 
//     text: $(".text").html(), 
//     ease: 'none',
//     onComplete: ()=>{
//       console.log('finish')
//     }
// });