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  1. Hi everyone! I am working on a project at the moment, and I am using this code snippet: TweenMax.set(convertForm, { y: -30, autoAlpha: 0, force3D: true }); *Note I have tried without the force3D too. And it is generating the following CSS: visibility: hidden; opacity: 0; transform: translate3d(0px, -30px, 0px); However the problem I am having is that the transform doesn't have any vendor prefixes, how can I change this, as I need the animation to work across multiple browsers. Many thanks in advance!
  2. tl;dr: TweenMax + Safari can't read the value of perspectiveOrigin, can set it just fine. Hi, happy customer and big fan here. I'm working on a project where I'm trying to tween the perspective-origin CSS property. It works just fine as long as I TweenMax.set() it, but it breaks in Safari when I change it to TweenMax.to(). Both scenarios work in Chrome. It looks like TweenMax is unable to READ the property's current value when in Safari, which it needs for calculating the tween. It is able to WRITE the value though. If you take a look at my Codepen, switch the method to "to", m
  3. Flexbox is the modern way to lay out an interface, however it still needs vendor prefixes. At the moment I'm using: TweenMax.set(element, { display: "-webkit-flex" }); ... which supports Chrome, Safari and iOS, it would be great to have this work for all browsers by display: "flex". Why don't I just do this in CSS you ask - I have a couple of plugins heavily utilizing Greensock (think carousels, tabs, etc.) that I need to be JS only, so defining the essential structural styles in code is necessary. For me flexbox is the best and cleanest way to layout a carousel or sliding tab content
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