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  1. Hi everybody, For projects I import svg-files created with graphical software like Illustrator and now mostly Affinity Designer. I'd like to do 'absolute' positioning of objects inside svg space most of the time. Till now I put the graphical elements on their 0,0 positions inside the svg by the graphical software to be able to do absolute positioning with TweenLite.set(... {x, y}...) or use transforms to put them on desired locations. But that's not my ideal workflow, because I have to change the design which generates the svg output. I prefer to keep the design as is and position the elements after loading the svg by javascript with TweenLite to the right positions by absolute svg-locations instead, but so far I can't find a way to do this. I understand some svg elements have attributes like cx and cy to set positions absolute, but a lot if time I need to animate svg groups <g> and they don't have these kind of properties. Or paths, wich would take a lot more extra code to change the data just to move an element. So Does anybody here know if it is possible to set absolute svg positions with TweenLite/-Max? That would help me a lot!! Thanks!