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  1. Hi, I'm looking for a GSAP developer who could create a full screen interactive module as illustrated in the attached video clip. The site is already in development but we need help with this more advanced module that will be embedded in the home page hero banner. Experience required: - GSAP - Preloader animation with progress bar - Video controlling (play, pause, etc) - SVG animation It would need to be completed in approximately 3 weeks time. All assets, including images, SVGs and video clips would be supplied. Please watch through the short video example of what we are after and if you feel this is something you could develop for us please contact me as soon as possible to arrange a Skype chat. Note: there are two sides "Precision" and "Unleashed". Clicking on each word expands the relevant side and plays the video. Please also ignore the logo in top right, the button in bottom center, as well as the mail icon in bottom right. If you have any questions please comment below. Looking forward to working with one of you geniuses Thanks, Andy
  2. Hi There, So I've recently completed an animation using a "mask" like effect to reveal a string of handwritten text. This animation works great in Chrome, Safari and even IE(!) but in firefox the dash-array and dash-offset seem to have values that are far too small creating a really weird effect (see codepen.) Is this a known issue? Or have I set something up wrong in my SVG file? Any guidance would be appreciated.
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