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  1. @elegantseagulls Fantastic, thanks so much Half of the reason I use GSAP is because the support community is so great.
  2. Hi @elegantseagulls! Sorry for the late reply, I've been away. Here's the forked version with your suggestion implemented: https://codepen.io/erinknowles/pen/NWWKMVR?editors=1010 As you can see it works! It's buggy (I can't figure out how to set progress() at the very beginning) but that's a different problem, my actual problem is fixed! Thanks so much folks.
  3. @elegantseagulls Thanks for this! Unfortunately unless I've done it wrong I ran into a similar problem - when I roll over one triangle, and then immediately over the other, the first triangle no longer animates (though it does register a hover event at least according to console logs). Here's the link to the codepen again with your changes implemented: https://codepen.io/erinknowles/pen/mdboObK/left/
  4. Hi there, What I want is for the polygons that make up the top-right triangle and the bottom-left triangle to 'expand' when hovered. This is done via a TimelineMax modifying the polygons' points. I had this working using TweenLite to move everything when hovered over and then a bunch more TweenLites to move everything back, but because the actual situation I need this for is much more complicated, that became a huge pain really quickly. So I'm trying to convert as many things as possible to Timelines so I can just reverse them. The problem I'm experiencing here is:
  5. Alright thanks folks, I can take it from here. Have updated original pen with my fix.
  6. Hi, Been struggling with this problem for a couple of days now, not sure what I'm doing wrong or my next steps. What I want: the box is centered in the screen. It's clicked and expands to fit the screen. When the modal is closed, I want the box to return to being centered in the screen, regardless of the size of the screen, or the width/height of the text. I can sort of hack it by setting the height of the box like (lineHeight of text + padding*2 + margin*2 + border*2) and then translating with vw and vh values but it doesn't feel browser-compatibility-friendly and there has to
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