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  1. Hi Jack, you are the hero! Thank you very much. That solves the problem. I know it wasn't a bug - it was just a missing 'nice to have'. And now it is there Cheers.
  2. I have found a solution (or rather a workaround). It is using CSSRule plugin var rule = CSSRulePlugin.getRule("p"); var ruleTxt = rule.cssText.replace("; ", ",").replace(";", ""); var properties = ruleTxt.split(','); var obj = {}; properties.forEach(function (property) { var tup = property.split(': '); obj[tup[0]] = tup[1]; }); document.getElementById('button').addEventListener("click", function () { TweenMax.to("#parent", 1, { className: "-=alert", onComplete: cleanUp }); TweenMax.to($("#parent p"), 1, obj) }); function cleanUp() { //removes ALL inline styling $("#parent p").attr("style", ""); } Working sample here: http://jsfiddle.net/ESS4c/1/ Can it be done smarter/prettier? Also, if the content of the parent element is complex this solution would produce quite long code...
  3. Hi, I am wondering if it's possible to tween children elements just by setting class name of a parent element. Just in case the question is not clear I have prepared a JSFiddle to illustrate the problem: http://jsfiddle.net/ESS4c/ The goal is to have paragraph text nicely animated between both states. Is that possible?