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  1. Hi guys, I was just looking for a bit of advice/a bit of a discussion about the pro's and con's, and the way you guys handle classes when it comes to animating essential page elements. For example, if you're using GSAP to have a modal window speed in from the left, a full-screen overlay grey's out the background. At this point the first animation ends, as the user needs to do something (input an e-mail address, for example). After which the modal window zooms off, and the full-screen overlay is removed, and the page is usable again, which is a separate animation. In this example th
  2. Hello, my problem is, I have some styles inline in a element: <div id="myDiv" style="display: inline-block; position: relative;">Some Text</div> And I'm trying to animate this div, like this: TweenMax.to($('#myDiv'), 0.6, { parseTransform: true, alpha: 1, left: 0, top: 0, scale: 1, ease: 'easeOutBack' }); How can I use TweenMax without removing my inline styles? Thanks.
  3. Hello, I have an AS3 file that loads fonts at runtime from a compiled SWF using: styleManager.loadStyleDeclarations("fonts.swf", true, true); My question is, can I use LoaderMax to load the "fonts.swf" file and use it in the same way I use it with loadStyleDeclaration: being able to force a refresh, so that every element that uses one of the fonts loaded will refresh it's style accordingly. Please let me know if this is something I cn achieve with LoaderMax. Regards, Livius
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