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  1. Thank you for making this great plugin! 🙏 I'm trying to recreate the Shuffle and FLIP example in Svelte but I have run into a problem where it doesn't work when you reparent elements. gsap-flip.mp4 🔗 Svelte REPL https://svelte.dev/repl/0ebcbfc6eacb457f954cee131cc2075c?version=3.49.0 I understand how declarative JavaScript frameworks like Svelte recreate those elements when you change them but I assumed when it came to the FLIP technique that it only cared about the before and after changes based on some identifier like data-flip-id. I made another example using Flipping.js where it works as expected. flip.mp4 🔗 Svelte REPL https://svelte.dev/repl/9f36c3b2a6504f9c9522cc8cf54e10fa?version=3.49.0 Thank you for your help! 😄
  2. Hi I'm running this very simple stagger animation, where I switch between 2 values on x by passing it a function, which was a common technique in gsap since ever. I noticed the animation behaves unpredictably and the staggers aren't linear, and seems it running 3 times and logging these their index values all over… I know i can use gsap.utils.wrap for this case, but this will be a common pattern in my GSAP animations and this left me wondering if somehow I'm messing up the way I should connect my GSAP animations to Svelte? Here's a Svelte REPL with the example: https://svelte.dev/repl/2add39882b9748758f2f8de72701cf0e?version=3.46.4
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