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  1. Hello, I have implemented an animation with text shadows for my text using CSS, and would like to achieve the same effect on my SVG file. Basically what I need are two shadows with different colors moving away from eachother. I tried using SVG animations but then I found out about GSAP, which seems like a very good thing to know how to work with. But since I'm new to all of this I'm giving up after trying about 10 different things. You can pretty much see all the things I've tried commented out. Sorry if it's too much text but I wanted to make sure there'd be enough context.
  2. jeff4gee

    Shadow Box

    I know there are many ways to do a shadow box effect but is there a simple method that incorporates GSJS much like the shadow box effect for downloading GreenSock packages. Thanks for you help.
  3. Hello.! GreenSock _ _ _ I have two layers. On bottom layer, I have several buttons, on top layer, I have a shape inside "test" MovieClip import com.greensock.*; import com.greensock.easing.*; TweenMax.to(test, 0, {dropShadowFilter:{color:0x000000, alpha:0.6, blurX:5, blurY:5, strength:1, angle:135, distance:4, inner:true, hideObject:true}}); This code works very nice but I can't have access at the buttons of bottom layer. How to complete hide the "test"? - stay visible the inner shadow and access bottom layer buttons? I was testing various properties with no
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