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  1. I'm creating an app in a node.js environment and using a set of functions like the ones in the codepen. The codepen works and everything works in the node.js app as well except this call in the hideStrokes function: TweenMax.set(shapes, {drawSVG:0}); I see the svg container animate to the center of the screen but the lines in the svg appear as soon as I run the unHideSVG function. I can inspect the page using Chrome's dev tools and see that the drawSVG script was executed properly because I can see all the transforms, etc. Works in the codepen though. Anyone know of a reason why tha
  2. Hi, I was wondering whether someone might be able to help me?.. I am writing a single page kiosk application which has a full screen menu. i rather liked the example here: https://greensock.com/stagger an have been using it as starting point but I have come across a head scratching issue... I have attached a code pen example https://codepen.io/alifixit/pen/YJPQEe with the basic idea of way i am showing and hiding the pages from a main menu based on the Greensock example. I am not sure i am making a major error with the way i am going about this? The pen i
  3. I plan to distribute my HTML5 game as a nwjs app and I am using GSAP for all of my animations. I was wondering how much performance would be improved if there was a GSAP version that only targeted the latest Chrome builds for people using nwjs or Electron. Is this worth it? Would it noticeably enhance animation performance due to skipping all feature and version detection? This was just something I was thinking about and I was curious if it was on your (Jack, Carl) radar.
  4. Hi there I'm having issues getting gsap included properly into an Electron app. I've a standard browser app (that uses script src, for instance) and now I want to put it within an Electron container without modify too much (I would like to keep it browser compatible with minimal efforts). I've used some popular tip to get jQuery working on it like this one: window.$ = window.jQuery = require('./path/to/jquery.js'); But I cannot have TweenMax working using similar tips, I'm getting the error "Uncaught Error: Cannot find module '../TweenLite.js'" while I'm trying to use TweenMax..
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