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Cassie last won the day on October 15 2019

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  1. https://codepen.io/oliviale/pen/ymbmqa?editors=1010 I agree with Zach, I emphatically suggest you don't try anything like my pen in production. It's pretty horrific on performance! But this pen from Olivia is a similar effect, very simple and much less of a performance overhead. Just stroke animation and a little glow filter.
  2. This is super cool. Look at these trees! ? https://subprotocol.com//system/tree.html
  3. Thanks for all the help folks!
  4. Yeah, that's really cool. Not quite what I need though. I don't need to join them up with a path, and there's 20 baubles with 30 or so shapes on each 'string'... so I don't really want to have to hand code the x and y values for each shape. I'll carry on experimenting! (also blake is mad clever)
  5. Hey folks. ? Having a bit of trouble with how to approach this. A client's asked for some x-mas baubles to "drop in all dangly" from the top of the screen, I've made a rough SVG of the structure of the bauble. The 'string' is made of circles (and other shapes, like little ribbons and bells and stuff) instead of a path. I was looking at the physics plugin, (in the attached codepen) But it kinda needs a bit of a bounce ease? And you can't mix physics and eases... Has anyone done anything like this? Any ideas of a good approach?