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  1. Thanks Carl! Yes, if anyone has some insight as to how this would work with Canvas, I would be very grateful! I was thinking that I would be able to build the slider inside of the Animate Canvas, but it seems like you're suggesting to have the divs lay on top of the canvas? I'd be interested in hearing thoughts on the best way to approach this. I think I need a push in the right direction as I'm not very familiar working with Canvas.
  2. Hello, I am new to GreenSock and want to try using it with Canvas in Animate CC. Specifically, I want to create a timeline scrubber for my animations just like the one demonstrated here: http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/cmKgh My question is, can this be used with Canvas in Animate? I know the way this works is by manipulating DOM elements, but could it be used to scrub through timeline animations that are created in Animate CC, or is this not possible? In Canvas I am currently using the pressmove event and incrementing the x position of the slider within it's bounds using the ticker, but it isn't very smooth. I reviewed the quick start for Animate CC, but I'm not sure where to go next. So far, I am importing a scrubber and a scrub boundary movieclip from the library (shown below), but I'm stuck with how to target my scrubber and since it's not a div like in the example link above, I'm not even sure it's possible. Does anyone have any thoughts or insight? scrubBoundary = new lib.scrubBoundary(); stage.addChild(scrubBoundary); scrubBoundary.setBounds(247, 527, 455, 10); scrubBoundary.x = 50; scrubBoundary.y = 300; bounds = scrubBoundary.getBounds(); sliderBtn = new lib.sliderBtn(); sliderBtn.cursor = "pointer"; stage.addChild(sliderBtn); sliderBtn.x = bounds.x + dragRadius, sliderBtn.y = bounds.y + dragRadius / 2; sliderBtn.y = bounds.y, sliderBtn.x = bounds.x; Thank you!