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  1. Jack, Thanks for checking out my issue. Much appreciated! Thanks for pointing out that update() function. I had thought about using that function of Draggable, but was a hesitant or unsure. Reading through the documentation, I wasn't sure if that was appropriate for this set up considering that I had set the Draggable to type: "left", and the docs specifying that the the Draggable.update() would only update the "x" and "y" properties (type: y?, type: x?). I probably was just reading it wrong.
  2. Hi All! I am in the process of building a simple slider with the GSAP's Draggable inside a responsive(ish) site — only one breakpoint. Basically what the slider does is — as it is being dragged it updates its' position to the span above. Essentially letting the user know how much percentage they are on the bar. Note: The draggable's initial starting position is provided by an outside AngularJS service, but in the CodePen test is set to fixed 50%. After initializing Draggable(s), we convert that % value into pixel values, and use TweenMax.set() to set the new value. This was done, b
  3. Jack, Thank you for the quick reply! Yes, so basically, what I had thought to test was if the a website/page was built using a responsive grid (i.e. Foundation, or Bootstrap), and when the user resizes their window the ".arrow-test-wrapper" (percentage base, say .row.column) would resize. So, I wondered if the bezier curve positions would alter themselves relative to that parent element. I assumed that the values would not take in a percentage, integers only?
  4. I just started to get into using the TweenMax JS animation library, and I have to say that it is pretty sweet. I've gone through and started doing test, and such, and tested the bezier plugin ,which is pretty awesome in itself. My question with the bezier plugin is whether or not it would handle responsive design, such as when the user rescales down their browser window? Currently I have this tween, that is set to animate when the item comes into view. var atween = TweenMax.to('.arrow-test', 2, { bezier:[ {left:100, top:250, alpha: 0}, {left:300, top:0, alpha: 0.5}, {left:500, t
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