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  1. Hi there, Just a quick question. I'm using the Tweenlite library as a fallback for CSS transitions in IE9, and I've run into a problem. This works just fine, on browsers supporting the transform CSS property: TweenLite.to(testDiv, 2, {"transform": "matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 200, 200)"}); But the transform property is hidden behind the ms prefix in IE9, and this does not work: TweenLite.to(testDiv, 2, {"-ms-transform": "matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 200, 200)"}); Is this a bug, or is it intentional? Best, Thomas
  2. Hi everybody. I'm new to forums here but not to using Greensock. Also in the transition of switching from Flash to CSS/Javascript. I'm finding it to be a rough ride so far. Anyhow, I've been playing around with using CSS transforms via TweenLite/TweenMax and noticed the results seem to vary across browsers. Not to mention the strange animation jitters that happen. Hopefully I'm setting up the codepen correctly (I'm new to that as well): http://codepen.io/anon/pen/evAto/ On Firefox 28 I see a slight jump at the end of the animation. On Chrome the individual letters jump around slightly for the entirety of the animation. "Force3d: true" doesn't seem to help smooth out the animation either. Don't know if it makes a difference but I'm using the PC versions of the broswers I mentioned. Weirdly enough, on IE 11 it seems to run perfectly...totally smooth and not a single bit of jittering. Don't know if I'm just doing something wrong, if it's a browser specific bug, or if it's something on GSAP's end. Any help/insight on dealing with this would be appreciated. Thanks! -ray
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