The points are saved within the SVG file but you must extract them without destroying the SVG graphic which is not only pain staking but a hit or miss; not ideal route to go down.
A script would be helpful, thanks for the input everyone
blake are you referring to this;
Where as the SVG is loaded externally ? Then again, if this is what you are referring too, can you read a class or id via xlink ?
Ah yes, trig, been dealing alot with that lately. I may have figured a solution, in the mean time this example, the rope is not dynamic on it's own; in other words it doesn't swing without manual interaction ?
Before I go back to how to make a swinging rope, I've been digging though the documentation, for TweenMax and CSSPlugins and I can't find anywhere that states that elements can only be ID, not classes ?
Some of these examples appear as though the SVG code is embedded within the page, rather then the SVG file being external, not the cleanest route if you have multiple SVG files and want to keep mark-up to a minimum ?