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  1. Newbie to GSAP! Working on a pen by leelou (thanks leelou!) with a butterfly flying across the screen. Looking at the pen, is there anyway to start the butterfly from off the left side of the screen, and have it fly out the right side? I'd just like the effect of it flying across the screen but without appearing/disappearing into space, regardless of user's screen size.
  2. How do I use bezier to go somewhere via x should be = % instead of px ? **I have a responsive background where the image should also curve to the same target when scaled I tried using xPercent / yPercent which do not work in bezier TweenMax.to(document.getElementById("image"), 1, { bezier: { curviness: 1.5, values: [{ x: 60, y: 50 }, { x: 140, y: 0 }], ease: Power2.easeInOut, rotation: 260 });
  3. I'm just beginning to get my head wrapped around a project which involves porting some of my Flash applications (built with TweenMax) over to javascript. I'm trying to understand what the best practice is for translating a fixed-coordinate system (Flash) to a flexible / multiple-resolution environment. (HTML). My Flash applications all run at full screen, so in order to simply account for all mobile environments, I assume that one simply creates a "screen sized" DIV set at height/width 100%. But since TweenMax uses a numerical coordinate system, I'm wondering if there's a commonly u
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