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retropunk last won the day on April 16 2015

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  1. well, it was more about the GSAP vs Canvas demo. I started a similar one based on the GSAP Physics demo. I forgot how easy the GSAP Physics plugin is to use. Although Canvas seems more performant. Thanks for the response, I'll post my demo later P
  2. Hello everyone, I forked and tweaked a Canvas animation on CodePen. http://codepen.io/SnapToPixels/pen/0cd8a0c9411b6bbba7b04e2d355c8540/?editors=001 I was wondering if anyone had created a similar animation using the GSAP Physics2DPlugin? I'm starting on it now but I thought it couldn't hurt to ask here too Thanks guys! P
  3. Thanks Carl I appreciate the video. It helps to see a simple example in practice. Not sure how I didn't see it before. I finally got it.
  4. OSUBlake, killer links! Thanks for sharing. I have been a fan of Pixi JS for a while now. Haven't used it much but I am excited to try PixiFlash. I can see it coming in handy for these types of animations...very cool! Thanks! - Patrick
  5. I just found out that when you create a DC In-App Expandable unit, DC adds it's own close button. You can call this to hide it and create your own style of button Enabler.setUseCustomClose(true); enjoy!
  6. right, I thought SVG too. Since I haven't mastered the sprite sheet SVG usage, yet, we are either doing inline or calling an external SVG or 64 bit http://codepen.io/collection/nxKWpW/ We are slowly building this set of snippets that work excellent in CSS. I obviously need a break, I'll be back in 30 if your still around I'll show you what I've been up to.
  7. I got ahead of myself and did look at caniuse works great in Chrome...but noone else likes it (FF, IE, Safari) I havea backup plan but I was wondering if anyone had an idea on how to create a slant like object like this. Using the GSAP lib (Works in Chrome only) http://codepen.io/SnapToPixels/pen/LVwadW?editors=110 Do I simply make a rect at the bottom and rotate it slightly, enough so it appears to be a slant but the overflow hidden would cove rit up? No polys? I've been up for a long time today...forgive the crazy Thanks - Patrick
  8. Thanks Diaco, thats exactly what I was trying to do. I still haven't wrapped my head around immediateRender. Thanks again guys...love this forum!
  9. right, I haven't used immediateRender a lot. I'm going to practice more now. I will post a new version back soon. I might need one more explanation. Thanks Rodrigo!
  10. my brain must be fried, I cant get this tween to work they way I want. its a simple row of dots that tweens from left to right and fades out. I need to be able to reposition the div holder and replay the same tween. You'll see that in my codepen the tween works the first time around but when I uncomment the other lines the dots dont tween the same way as the first time...I can't see what I am doing wrong. I need to step away and hope someone here can give me some clarity on where I am going wrong. Thanks for the help everyone Patrick
  11. This works with one Tweened element. force3D:false doesn't always work on that element if it's part of a TimelineLite sequence. Depending on the device I get mixed results.
  12. I am simply experimenting with different build scenarios When I had a bitmap that needs to be scaled I would use that trick but in SVG's case I would think it wouldn't ma e a difference. Isn't SVG suppose to scale and look that same regardless For example, I have these 2, where large is 800% larger in Illustrator https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/s.cdpn.io/50628/map-pin.svg https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/s.cdpn.io/50628/map-pin-large.svg They both do the same thing when you transform. At this point I think I'm at the mercy of the browser. I might go back to PNG for now
  13. Have you tried using fromTo ? That might help with your scenario Try this http://codepen.io/SnapToPixels/pen/e55a53b7b6ff6a0333b07b31ef01f44f
  14. yes, it is. On desktop chrome its not as obvious as an iPhone 5 safari or chrome. My question still stands Is there a way to avoid this blur and still achieve the same transform effect? Thanks
  15. Hey guys, when I use a transform like rotationY on an SVG element it appears to blur slightly. It's more obvious on retina screens. is there a way to avoid this blur and still achieve the same transform effect? Thanks!
  16. WOW! This looks excellent! I have only heard of Babel and Traceur but just haven't had time to investigate. I always wondered what the Traceur option was for in CodePen Thanks a lot for sharing this. Perfect timing for the weekend to do some code play. I really appreciate you taking the time to share. This really looks like something I could work with. Quite readable... Very cool I hear so much about Typescript too. In fact, there is a thread on the Flash Pro PreRelease forum about Typescript and the Flash Pro IDE. Someone even included a Typescript definition for the WebGL runtim
  17. That snippet is from a much larger block of code, I didn't even realize that the vars weren't there. We totally use the TextPlugin to animate too, we use several plugins...I love it. I just read an article on ES6 this morning...that can't come soon enough! Do you share on Github? I'd be interested in seeing what you are doing, perhaps contributing where I can. Thanks! - Patrick
  18. ultimately yes. I am currently working on a JS project and I found myself rewriting things for future re use. I am very much still learning JS and how to write better re usable code. When I wrote this snippet I realized special characters show up all the time especially with super/sub script and more! I am on a mission to make it easier!
  19. no, I just don't like my solution... I was hoping to make it a bit more modular. I'm being a bit of a baby but I am trying to make some code modules that use only GSAP to style the CSS I might be hitting a wall which so I wanted to see if anyone else cared to check it out too.
  20. I updated my code slightly but its still not the greatest solution. Anyone out there care to take a stab? Thanks
  21. Hey guys, so I ran into my first 'pure js' issue I am creating my dynamic text areas and styling them with GSAP...it's awesome. When I need to start styling things differently within that div things get tricky. I had a similar problem in AS3 and I built a font styling injection class to deal with sup/sub bold etc. Anyways, this example I have "works", I just wanted to get an opinion and see if there is a better way. Thanks - Patrick
  22. I would love to just start using Typescript but I have never looked at it other than a video here and there. It does look a lot like AS3 which is a big plus for me. I'll put it on my list of things to learn. Thanks for the tips! - Patrick
  23. Yes, I started creating my own set of GSAP live templates for WebStorm. If you check out my screenshot I created a simple TweenMax snippet that allows you to tab through and select each property. Which is similar to when I am working in AS3 in FDT... I was wondering if anyone else was doing the same and wanted to share. Typescript looks great but thats not going to help me create a library of GSAP live templates. Thanks for the response! - Patrick
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