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  1. Thanks everyone for the replies! I've gone ahead with a local implementation of TweenLite.min.js, EasePack.min.js and CSSPlugin.min.js. It's about 71kb all together, but if it's truly the .zip that counts in the end, then it's totally worth it.
  2. Hi Community, 1st question: I was wondering if GSAP was "allowed" to be used, via CDN, with Google Ads. The specs for these ads can be found here: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176108? These specs state that no external files may be used at all, however, other ad specs say the same thing and do allow GSAP to be loaded via CDN (because it's totally worth it). 2nd question: If it's not acceptable to load these via CDN, I would explore loading them locally. However, the file size from the "Download" links vary drastically between CDN and .zip. For example, the file "TweenLite.min.js" is 27kb when I download the .zip, but when I use the "Customize" option (CDN), the site claims that this file is only 9kb. I've been using some form of TweenMax/TweenLite for about 10 years - hoping I can continue to use it for 10 more
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