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  1. This might not really be a GSAP specific problem, but more a Javascript related one, nevertheless I would like to ask here for help, it that is ok. (The CodePen unfortunately throughs an error, and I do not see the reason why...) I like to save DOM elements to a SETTINGS object like this: ``` var SETTINGS = SETTINGS = { intro: { topics: { singer: { btn: { el: document.querySelector('.c-topic--singer'), params: { right: "5%", onComplete: resetTxt, onCompleteParams: [ S
  2. TweenNano.to(mc,0.3,{alpha:0,onComplete:gotoAndStop,onCompleteParams:[1]}); Hi, I'm not having much luck with the above code. It is supposed to go to Frame 1 on the Main Timeline, but so far, only NextFrame and PrevFrame work. I cannot seem to get gotoAndStop to pass the parameters Thanks
  3. this a testing class i did cause of have some memory issues on much, much more complicated situation i am currently in and tried this to test my memory leaks and seems MyClass instance doesnt clear it self, but tweenlite, tw is clearing from memory fine. I am just wondering if I am missing anything. I didnt even have to add any thing to stage or do any to find that instance isnt clearing when its called null. and MyClass is an empty class. public class ui extends MovieClip { private var tw:TweenLite; private var instance:MyClass; public function ui() { super(); insta