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  1. I will check it out. I usually just check the result on my mobile device... like this http://jsfiddle.net/CPEpf/6/embedded/result/ UPDATE: I took everything out and put it in a single page. I get the draggable onClick alert but not the single div.gallery-image alert. UPDATE 2: Using onClick: function() { var target = $(document.elementFromPoint(this.pointerX, this.pointerY)); } I can find the element that was clicked on but I've read there are compatibility problems... but I'm targeting mobile devices so I don't think it should be a problem.
  2. Thank you for your input Rodrigo but unfortunately this still doesn't allow me to click each individual <div> (or other element). I would like that when you click on a div.gallery-image something happens. Right now, on mobile only, I'm unable to click on a single item. This code works correctly on desktop browsers : http://jsfiddle.net/CPEpf/6/ but when I look at it on my Android phone or iOS iPod, nothing is alerted when I click on a single item.
  3. What if, for example, I want to have a draggable filled with clickable items. This : http://jsfiddle.net/CPEpf/4/ My container is basically full of clickable items so I can't scroll. Looking at another example, I managed to do this: http://jsfiddle.net/CPEpf/6/ It works on desktop but not mobile. Is there anything I can do? PS: using upcoming version of GSAP.
  4. Steven

    Nested draggables

    Just renewed it! I'll PM you for the file. I can't congratulate you guys enough for all the outstanding work you guys do.
  5. Steven

    Nested draggables

    Does this mean I need to upadte the ThrowPropsPlugin also? It wasn't in the zip you provided which is normal because it's a paid plugin!
  6. Steven

    Nested draggables

    I believe I found a bug with nested draggable. If you look at this fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/9Z92w/3/, it's working fine. But when you add throwProps into the mix, you get an error the second time you try to drag, "TypeError: ce.tween.isActive is not a function". Check out this fiddle. http://jsfiddle.net/9Z92w/4/ PS: in the second example, I'm using the upcoming GSAP 1.11.0 release
  7. Hi Jack, I'm having problems with the scrollProxy object. If you look at this fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/gpYyQ/ and check the console, it keeps telling me scrollProxy is undefined. But when I look at the Draggable object, I can clearly see it's there. What am I doing wrong?
  8. Hi Jonathan, thanks for the reply but while you were writting your answer, I found answer to a similar question. It's available here: http://forums.greens...eento-duration/
  9. Hello, UPDATE : I found this answer http://forums.greensock.com/topic/7694-tweento-duration/ that works well. Sorry for the duplicate question. I created a timeline with labels and tweens. It's basically 4 slides (100% height) that move up or down. I have a top menu and when I click on an item I want to move the playhead to the right label so i'm using the myTimeline.tweenTo('labelName') which is working fine. But let's say I'm on my first label and I want to fast forward to the last one when I click on the last menu item. When I do a tweenTo('lastLabel'), it takes a long time before getting there because it's doing all the transitions (with easing). Is there a way to "skip" the transitions, delays, duration to go to the last label. I could change : timeline.timeScale() TweenLite.defaultEase = Linear.easeNone but I was wondering if there was an easier way. Thank you.
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