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JustinLBannister

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  1. I recommended we add this nice Chrome extension for the display. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/need-a-hand/fpgiejkdidmmdhcaieeafclkikdaknhd?hl=en-US
  2. Yeah I've looked at hammer. Yeah Jack. That's what I've been trying to explain.
  3. Just wanted to know if there was a way to implement two finger or three finger swipe with a draggable element. I haven't come across this in any of the documentation or forums just yet. Thanks.
  4. Here's a Pen to the actual JS. http://codepen.io/anon/pen/LEwrMg
  5. This is the perfect example I was looking for: http://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/dPVVyz But I've altered the js to reflect my markup and now I'm getting a cannot read property 'rotation' of undefined on this line: destPosX = (this.target.className == 'dial') ? dial._gsTransform.rotation : timeline._gsTransform.x; I'm pretty sure I've followed the instructions to a T.
  6. Hi Carl, Guess I didn't save it correctly. Should be correct markup now. If you take a look at the HTML I'm trying to move #timeline-inview and #timeline when I create the draggable for the #dial. I'd like the dial to control all three, and then also be able to have the actual #timeline control the #dial as well. Does that make sense?
  7. First time on Greensock and I'm having a bit of trouble finding the proper documentation to do what I'd like. Basically on creating of the initial draggable I'd like to kick off two draggables at the same time. Example above.
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