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  1. Hello. I am trying to use GSAP with node.js WITHOUT polluting the global scope. I am ussing nw.js (so, I have available the window object) First I do: npm install gsap --save Then in my Tween.js: var gs = window.GreenSockGlobals = {}; require('gsap'); console.log(gs); // logs empty object console.log(window.GreenSockGlobals); // logs empty object console.log(window); // logs the window object, with ALL the GSAP stuff in it console.log(window.TweenLite); // logs tweenlite object I don't want to have all the GSAP stuff in the global scope. I want to have it in a specified object. Thanks.
  2. Hello, sorry if the title is not really clear. I'm trying to create a horizontal parallax animation with at least three layers. The end result should also be responsive, so I can't really use fixed numbers. Also, the image for the background is not the same size as the others. Let's say that the background is 8000px and the image on top is only 5000px. I want the scrolling to stop when the right border of the second image reaches the outer margin of the browser window. I kind of did it, but not quite right. In the pen I created, as you can see, after the character layer reaches its end, the background still goes on for a little while. Is there a way to avoid this? Or a better approach to the whole thing?