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Problems in Internet Explorer 9

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Hi, people)

 

Had anybody problems with animation in 'super' browser IE8, 9, 10 and so on? My animation didn't work in IE9(. It's handled through jQuery... in all other browsers everything is ok. Could you help me with advice! thanks a lot!

 

 $(document).ready(function(){

    TweenMax.from(".logo", 0.8, {
    x: 500,
    y: 500,
    rotation: 2580,
    opacity: 0,
    scale: 0.2,
  });
});
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Hello , and Welcome to the GreenSock Forum!

 

It could be a number of things causing the IE9 foolishness ;)

 

Here is a great video tut on how to create a codepen demo example. This way we can see a live example and test your code in IE9.

 

IE8 has been laid to rest along with Windows XP. So IE8 is no longer supported by Microsoft.

 

But we will be glad to help you! But having an example with your css, js, and html, can helps us see your code in context.

 

Thanks :)

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Thanks a lot for your answer... Solved this already)) The problem was in browser cash)... So, the GreenSock works in IE9 very good.

Understood you about IE8 and agree with you! 

 

thanks a lot;)

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