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  1. I've been experimenting with TweenLite and TweenMax. And I'm loving them. CSS3 allows for the creation of multiple background images. Is it possible to animate a targeted background image, where more then one background image is defined? Specifically, I might want to tween the 'background-position' property. In my experimentations I've been animating this for a single background image. But it looks like the syntax might not allow for atempts to manipulate the properties of a second background image. Could this be possible?
  2. Hi, I´m still very happy to tween a little. This extreme panorama motif is animated perfectly using background-image and GASP. Please have a look at the exsisting project: http://www.privatstrasse-hamburg.de Pending on the relative width the animation should have a proper fitting "speed". I benefit from several postings of this forum - thanks to all - and came to this way: http://codepen.io/mikeK/pen/jEERNg Is that a proper solution? Best regards Manfred
  3. hi! I'm doing something a bit like this; TweenMax.to(element, 0.3, {className:'+=over'}); where the .over class has different colour, position etc, but also different background-position. My problem is, i'd like the background-position to not tween, while the rest of the properties do. is there a way to add an exception to the tween? Any ideas? thanks, Andy
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