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  1. Thanks for the help, but it's still not working exactly right. Following your example, I'm setting the "y" value right when the tween starts, and then resizing the browser and inspecting the results. So theoretically, if I resize without scrolling, tl.progress(0) ought to reset the y value immediately. castTween.updateTo( posObj({ y: $(window).height()})) ; The posObj function just does a few hacks for IE8 that aren't relevant here since they're not triggered. I then look in the debugger and I can see that the original height was around 440, and the new window height is indeed much
  2. Hi, I'm having trouble getting this to work, so I'm wondering if anyone can help? Basically, I'm creating a TimelineMax instance and populating it with some tweens. One of the tweens I'm using to set a div at exactly the window height and another at exactly 0 (cleaned up to make it more generic): tl.to(selectors.$myElement, 0, posObj({ display: 'block', y: $(window).height(), z: 0.001}), "myLabel"); The problem is that the div heights are being resized on browser resize, so that two divs stacked up on each other no longer butt up against each other. I tried approaching it by looping