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  1. Bonjour People, I've just started playing with the CSS plugin. I basically copied and pasted the code in "3D transforms and more CSS..." section "transformOrigin", but... my box is not rotating in perspective. What am I missing? Thank you
  2. Dear All, I love Gsap and I am working on a website full of animations using Gsap. Gsap is awesome! Recently I ran into a new problem, I am not able to do 3D transform for an <image> element in my SVG I have looked into many threads in here, and this one too: I am not sure what I have missed, but I am quite sure Gsap can do the 3D transform of it. Guys, please help me out. Thank you so much. Wish you All have a wonderful Friday. Cheers, Alex
  3. Hi, I've got a strange issue occurring with the bounds of my draggable instance. Instead of the minY being 0 and maxY being the height of the container i get completely different values so i am unable to drag to the end and the beginning shoots off the screen. It looks like the Draggable instance is calculating the bounds from the targeted element and not using the bounds. I am applying a 3D transform to the "container". Then adjusting the position of the child "content". Then the I have the instance of the draggable element. I have set it up this way so that i can control th
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