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  1. Using jQuery and greensock together. Recently I designed a site and I worked VERY hard on the animation using greensock. I love it btw. However, I showed two friends that they had old browsers and when they clicked the links they did not even go to the right pages, they did nothing. My heart hurts that they can't see the animation but hurts more knowing they can't see the content because the links don't work. On another browser, firefox old version. 3.0 I think. They buttons worked but the video box did not animate and stayed on top so it messed up content below. My question: Is t
  2. Hi, I am looking for a commercial version of your product. Is there an easy way to test GSAP on existing jQuery based application without rewriting the entire code? From what I saw in the demos jQuery selectors are supported. Now one would only need to create a plugin, say jQuery.GSAP_animate to keep the pattern of jQuery.animate(properties,options), same thing for stop([clearQueue ] [, jumpToEnd ]); any hints to alpha, beta versions of such a wrapper or other solutions are highly appreciated as well. Thanks.
  3. I'm new to JS/CSS (coming from AS3) -- I wonder if someone could help me figure out the following: I'd like to have tabs at the bottom of a page which, when rolled over (or clicked) slide up. The tabs will contain images of 45px height. I'd like, say, the extended tab to be something like 100px in height. I gather this has something to do with overflow, hidden, auto, etc -- I've seen solutions using jQuery slide, but I'm not sure how to do it with Greensock -- that is, I am well-versed in the GS engines, but putting it all together (CSS, DIVs, overflows, etc) is throwing me.
  4. Quick question here, sorry if this is answered somewhere else (couldn't find an answer). Simplified scenario... Let's say I have a div "#container" with an image inside it. Then I attach a tween to the image which rotates it infinitely. Then... using jQuery, I replace the contents of #container with a new image. Will the Tween that was attached to the original image (which is now gone) continue to eat memory, or is it now eligible for garbage collection? Do I first need to "Kill" all of its tweens before removing it? My real situation is much more complicated but that is the
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