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  1. Hey Guys, I'm using the Draggable component in a horizontal list view that is responsive. Here's an early prototype http://lab.harrynorthover.com/timeline/. As you can see in the prototype, the content above the draggable component is responsive and will resize down to 640 pixels. The issue I am having is how to scale down the scrubber at the same time. Is there a way to adjust the translate3d values through Draggable so the scrubber scales down at the same pace? I've tried scaling down the width of the scrubber or applying a negative margin left but then the drag amount becomes offset/incorrect. Is there a way to refresh the Draggable component, or scale the values down to it keeps in proportion with the rest of the content? What's the best practice for tackling resizing issues like this with Draggable? Also, is there a way to invert the direction of the dragging? So the timeline moves in the opposite direction? This is an excellent component by the way! Thanks, Harry.
  2. I have a grid of thumbnails (6 columns / 5 rows) that I'm animating on load and resize. On load the columns stagger from left to right into the page. On resize the rows stagger down off the page, and then the columns re-enter from left to right. The number of columns, rows, tn size and position are based on window width and aspect ratio. I'm using autoAlpha to hide/reveal column 6 and row 5. The code/conditions for the rows are working as expected. The problem I'm having is with column 6 on "resize only". 6 cols if window width >1200px 5 cols if window width <= 1200px If 6 cols enter on "load" everything works always as expected. When resizing ww <=1200px, grid exits down, then 5 cols re-enter from left (col 6 hidden). Then if you resize ww >1200px, grid exits down, then 6 cols re-enter from left. Everything works fine no matter how many times the ww is resized. If 5 cols enter on "load" there is a problem with col 6 on "resize". When resizing ww >1200px, grid exits down, then col 6 becomes immediately visible in it's end "x" position (farthest right) and the remaining 5 cols re-enter from left. Column 6 should become visible "but" positioned off the page to left, then stagger in with the other 5 cols. My thinking is the autoAlpha event is firing before being positioned, even though it is called within the positioning function. I have tried putting autoAlpha at the end of a TimelineLite timeline, used a positive position offset, etc, mostly with worse results. I have also tried staggerTo using an x start position -(ww+500). They position and size correctly but for some reason they don't enter into the page using a variable ie: "+=ww+500" but it does work with just a number within the string "+=1400". If I use the staggerTo method I can't use a fixed number if I use a variable for the starting negative offset. If I do use a fixed number that will insure that the grid clears all different window widths ie: -3000px, the entrance speed won't be consistent across different window widths. I've uploaded copies of the files (the tn images have been replaced with solid colored jpgs) http://www.peterdavidian.com/gsap/staggerFrom.html I've searched the JS forums but couldn't find a post with a solution. It's been days now (really almost a week) and I need someones help! Thank you, Peter My functions: dLoad: sizes and positions the grid container tSz: sizes the tn's tPos: sizes and positions the number of cols and rows tEnterR: staggers the cols in from left tExitD: staggers the rows down, then calls tReEnterR tReEnterR: calls tSz and tPos then staggers cols in from left
  3. When I try to resize it, it doesn't show. It works fine like this ------ var loader:SWFLoader = new SWFLoader("livingroomout.swf", {container:this); //Load Swf loader.load(); { ----- but when I try to resize the swf, by adding the height and width properties, it doesn't appear at all ----- var loader:SWFLoader = new SWFLoader("livingroomout.swf", {container:this, width:300, height:300}); //Load Swf loader.load(); { ----- any help? pleasee???? im a noob at this
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