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  1. This isn't so much a question as it is a warning. If I had hair I would've pulled it all out by now. I was working on a way to use TimelineMax to trigger separate videos to play in sequence as well as follow a scrub bar. Needed to start and/or stop video clips at any point in the video and then trigger the next one to simulate someone doing a video edit - where they might drag in the edges only exposing certain parts of the video's timeline. So, I just set up a simple array of objects with properties that I could store and retrieve at any point like this: vidArr = [ vid1 = {el: document.ge
  2. You obviously have a few custom properties mixed in with real properties of elements. Let's say you created a generic way for both TweenMax and your users to register custom properties on a target object before calling a tween. Maybe it would share a little code throughout the user's application and TweenMax library that way. Plus you could create all sorts of custom effects or even enhance functionality of an everyday object or element! I could see the method call to register a new property looking something like this: TweenMax.addProperty(targetObject,"propertyName",callback,DataType);
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