I (think I) have the exact same question as OP.
Usage is several animated/ interactive infographics inside a page that should be operated by scrolling up and down. On desktop with mouse and on mobile/ tablet with touch.
Is it possible to first scroll the page into the animation, then scroll within the animation, then scroll ahead on the page (i.e. not just trigger playing the animation)?
Also: “It should be used as a widget on a page built with regular HTML, Blog or CMS”.
Is the idea having several Hype animations on the same page, i.e. not go with scrolling from scene to scene inside Hype animation (which I still in itself was not able to figure out how to do)?
What is a widget here (what to export from Hype and how to put this inside the page)?
Sorry for my stupid questions here, but I am still having a very hard time figuring out how to use Hype in the context of web pages and making the animations work in a user friendly, modern way.
Making a standalone animation, putting it into a div and then interacting by clicking elements is simple.
Putting Hype export in context may be simple too, but I find it extremely, extremely hard figuring that out!
Such usage scenarios are becoming increasingly common now, the Hype update price is very steep and I so far cannot see how the new version makes the task easy.