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Vito last won the day on August 15 2012

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Vito last won the day on August 15 2012

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  • Birthday 12/06/1986

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  1. Hi, I have finally redesigned my Portfolio Website. And obviously GASP was essential for its creation. www.vitosalvatore.com I hope you like it
  2. Hi Guys! I want to share with you the last website I've designed end build: http://adayinbigdata.com/ Obviously all the animations are done using Greensock tweenlite
  3. I received the newsletter with the launch of the new JS Tweens when i was starting my new site... So I decided to give it a chance. I'll never regret this decision! This is the site url: http://www.vitosalvatore.com/
  4. I think there is a small bug in the new plugin. When i'm using it to scroll a div with overflow it works but the tween always start from the top and not from the current position. I hope is easy to fix Tnx a lot for everything!
  5. Yeh it works! I'm trying to built my website using just Greensock for the animations... i didn't want to use another plugin for the scrolling
  6. Tnx a lot! I will try to use it today!
  7. Hi! I'm using the greensock ScrollTo plugin and it works perfectly. but if I'm trying to use it on a div with overflow:auto instead of the "window" and it dosen't work at all. Somebody knows if there is any way to make it work? Ex: This works: $('#div_id').click({ TweenLite.to(window, 1, {scrollTo:{y: 500, x:0}, ease:Power4.easeInOut}); }); This Not: $('#div_id').click({ var wrap = $('#wrap') TweenLite.to(wrap, 1, {scrollTo:{y: 500, x:0}, ease:Power4.easeInOut}); }); Tnx to all
  8. Hi! I'm using the greensock ScrollTo plugin and it works perfectly. but if I try to use it on a div with overflow:auto instead of the "window" it dosen't work at all. Somebody knows if there is any way to make it work? Ex: This works: $('#div_id').click({ TweenLite.to(window, 1, {scrollTo:{y: 500, x:0}, ease:Power4.easeInOut}); }); This Not: $('#div_id').click({ var wrap = $('#wrap') TweenLite.to(wrap, 1, {scrollTo:{y: 500, x:0}, ease:Power4.easeInOut}); });
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