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  1. And for the record, yes, CSSRulePlugin is definitely in the NPM package.

    import CSSRulePlugin from "gsap/CSSRulePlugin";

    But these days, it's almost always cleaner to just use CSS variables. Every modern browser supports them and GSAP can easily animate them.

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  2. @meerbex Our entire licensing model is based on the honor system and a simple number-of-developers pricing structure.

    If your membership expires, nothing will change on your client websites. We don’t inject “phone home” scripts to verify your license status. Functionality doesn’t suddenly stop upon expiration. Inspect the code for yourself if you’d like to verify (that’s why we provide the raw source code). We treat others the way we’d want to be treated.

    The only case where you'd need to renew to keep a valid membership is if you're continuing to sell a product that uses GSAP to multiple people (this requires an active Business Green membership). But again, we don't burn resources hunting down violators - we focus all our energy on building the best tools we can and supporting them better than any library out there. I hope you'll find the membership well worth the cost, and that it'll ultimately make you much more profitable. 

    Happy tweening!

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  3. On 2/26/2020 at 4:33 AM, Karma Blackshaw said:

    unfortunately, I am unable to find the location of the DrawSVG Plugin within the gsap-member folder or even at the gsap-bonus/package folder. 

    DrawSVGPlugin is only available to Club GreenSock members. Once you sign up, you can download it from your account dashboard or the private NPM repository. 

  4. 2 hours ago, Keppel said:

    Hello GSAP! I just want to ask about DrawSVGPlugin if it's applicable for the wordpress? I'm currently looking for scribble animation as it needed for the website to have it.

    Absolutely, @Keppel, you can use DrawSVGPlugin on a WordPress site. It's just a JavaScript file, so it can work on literally any web page. There are no dependencies aside from GSAP. 

  5. 16 hours ago, Lichay said:

    I love it at first, but have too many bugs

    @Lichay every "bug" you've reported so far has turned out to be a logic issue in your own code. We've spent extensive amounts of time in the forums working with you on these things (127+ posts) so it's a little disappointing to have you post here claiming there are "too many bugs"😐  There are zero known bugs at this point, and no open ScrollTrigger-related issues on Github (unlike most other libraries that attempt to do similar things as ScrollTrigger - ScrollMagic, for example, has 483 open issues). We work very hard to address any legitimate bugs promptly. 

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  6. 7 minutes ago, praaatik said:

    I guess this page needs to be updated? Or perhaps there's a link to a more recent documentation which I may have missed because this page clearly states that

    I'm so sorry about the confusion. It has been updated. CustomWiggle was never free - the typo probably came when a staff member inadvertently copied some text from the CustomEase page (CustomEase is indeed free to anyone who creates a GreenSock account). Thanks for pointing out the miscommunication!

  7. 14 hours ago, praaatik said:

    That's strange. I have signed up and downloaded the zip file(twice), but I don't see CustomWiggle.js file anywhere. Could you know what the reason might be?

    It doesn't look like you signed up for Club GreenSock yet, @praaatik. CustomWiggle is only available to members. You can sign up at https://greensock.com/club


    Once you're a paying member, your download zip will have those extra plugins. 

  8. 20 minutes ago, kvncnls said:

    So from my understanding, it's free to use for (as an example) a personal portfolio. But if you're using it on an e-commerce website where you're directly making money from multiple customers, you'd need the special license.

    Yep, exactamundo. 

  9. @kute CustomWiggle is a membership benefit of Club GreenSock. It looks like you haven't signed up yet, so that's why it's not in your ZIP file. Once you sign up (and are logged in), the ZIP file you download will indeed have CustomWiggle in there (along with the other bonus plugins). Enjoy!

  10. 3 minutes ago, atulraj89 said:

    is this free?

    ScrollTrigger is in the public files (Github repo, NPM, etc.) - it is **not** a members-only plugin. However, the standard GreenSock license applies so if you're using it in a project/site/app for which a fee is collected from multiple customers, you'd need the special commercial license that comes with "Business Green" Club GreenSock memberships. See https://greensock.com/licensing for details. 

  11. Absolutely, @grayghost. http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/WQjRXE?editors=001 Caveat: the flapping cape effect is a mix of MorphSVGPlugin and some custom sine wave trigonometry applied in an onUpdate. :)
  12. Absolutely, @grayghost. http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/WQjRXE?editors=001 Caveat: the flapping cape effect is a mix of MorphSVGPlugin and some custom sine wave trigonometry applied in an onUpdate. :)