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  1. Hi guys, Sorry if this is not right question in this forum, but I hope you can help me. I need to achieve such nice gradient glow as in picture. I made this in photoshop and I tried to do same with CSS but I cant make it. With CSS you still can see edges of circle, I want it to fade 100%, like in picture. Also in picture center of the circle is more bright mine is all same. It is possible to make exactly same glow as in this picture? Or this is max what I can achieve with CSS? So maybe I can achieve this with GSAP? Thanks, Mantvydas
  2. azuki

    Glow effect?

    Hi all, Back in the Flash greensock library, there was a glow effect for symbols and text. Is there anything like that for the HTML5 version? Ideally, I'd like to animate a glow effect for text, images, and SVG objects but I'm sure where to begin. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!
  3. Hi, I am trying to increase the strength of the glow effect. I am using the following code: TweenMax.to(mc, 0.3, {glowFilter:{color:0xFFFFFF, alpha:1, blurX:30, blurY:30}}); I am not looking forward to increase the blur radius just trying to achieve a heavier glow especially around the movieclip. Is it possible somehow? I have tried increasing the "alpha" value but it doesn't work above the max value 1. My only other possible option would be to stack another glowFilter tween on the same movieclip but it may result in performance problems. Thanks, Attila
  4. I am building a tooltip class that upon rollover of a displayobject, I will highlight the object with a tweened glow. When you roll off, the glow will go away. But, if the objects already has its own glow applied, I don't want to interfere with it during removal of my new tooltip highlight glow. I see there is a param for addFilter:boolean, that I think will allow me to add my new glow filter to an object that already has it's own glow filter. And there is a remove:boolean that will auto cleanup that filter at the end of the tween. but what if I want to keep the new highlight-glow attached
  5. Hi, simple problem. I want to tint a movieclip a solid color AND apply a glow around it of a different color. But the problem right now is that my tint is overtaking the color applied to my glow. So everything ends up colored by the tint. Here is the tween I am creating: TweenMax.to($d, .5, {glowFilter: { color:0x00ffff, alpha:1, blurX:7, blurY:7, strength:7 }, colorTransform:{tint:0xffffff, tintAmount:1}}); The tween should tint the object (represented here as $d ) white and do a turquoise glow around it. Any idea why its not doing it and how I can fix it? Thanks in advance
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