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  1. Feature lists are nice, but they can get lengthy and they don't always tell the story in a way that's relevant to you as the developer or designer in the trenches, trying to get real work done for real clients. You hear plenty about theoretical benefits of CSS animations or some whiz-bang library that claims to solve various challenges, but then you discover things fall apart in all but the most modern browsers or the API is exceedingly cumbersome or there are frustrating "gotchas". You need things to just work. .expander { cursor: pointer; font-weight: 400; position: relative;
  2. I have been testing a set of Greensock Animation code on a Javascript file and seems to be working quite fine. I am using Chrome 61.03, and a designer who is testing my code seems to have it work initially. However, the very moment that the designer was reloading the code to run it again, all the images which were not transformed initially or animated would disappear immediately upon animation start. I was trying to tell that designer that it could be a cache issue or a browser issue; go update it or something. She refused to budge. I don't know if she is using some outdated ver
  3. I wrote some online chemistry games a couple years ago using GSAP for my animations. When I first wrote it, I was able to run it on a computer (most browsers), an iPad, or an iPhone. Now, it no longer works on my iPad, although it will work on a computer Safari. I wonder if anyone knows of a quick fix or common problems for tablets or other mobile devices. Problem: I have cards that flip, and the wrong side of the card is shown and/or the words are backwards. See: http://ketzbook.com/chem/elementsymbols/elementsymbolmatch.html
  4. I am trying to use card flipping as part of an animation, and I am following the cool-looking example in the GSAP codepen. However, I noticed that it does not work on IE 10. On IE 10, the cards do flip, but instead of seeing the "back" card you see the backface of the front card. It appears as though there is a problem with the backface-visibility in IE 10. What can I do to make this also work in IE 10? Thanks! http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/yzahJ
  5. Hi guys, today morning i was reading the "get started page" on the GSAP web site, i was finding it really interesting, then i decided to try it. But as soon as i wrote my code and launched on google chrome, it didn't seem to work at all. Then i started wondering if there were some problems with my browser even because i tried the same code on CODEPEN (http://codepen.io/RyanLeenox/pen/EjWNRg) and it's working perfectly. So my question is, what to i have to do, to run the code on my browser? ps. I'm new here, this is my first post and i really hope this is the right section, these are the righ
  6. Hi! I have a static svg that I add some content to from JS and then I move it a bit in a tween. I have mainly svg texts and svg rect-s with a gradient filled each with. The main idea is to slide the rect and then the texts to their final position. Well this works just fine with Firefox, but Google Chrome fails to move the texts. Although I am able to move texts with jQuery like $('.foo').attr('y', $('.foo').attr('y') + 100); but not with tweenmax. Any thoughts? Regards, Robert
  7. I hope someone can point me in a right direction here. I created a simple hover spin effect () with TweenLite and of course it works great, just as I want it to, in a bare bones prototype page: http://dev.overit.com/nysda/nysdental.org/_test/logospin/ (spinning glory, hover on button) http://dev.overit.com/nysda/nysdental.org/_test/logospin/js/main.js (the JS that runs) But in the context of the page I want to include this in, its not working at all. JS appears to load, jQuery hover functions fire fine, but the image I'm tweening gets no transform applied at all - when its in my page:
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