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  1. Jack, your 2nd solution worked perfectly! I had no idea that was possible... does GSAP even have any limitations? Because it doesn't seem like it does Jonathan, thank you for asking. I was actually talking specifically about Edge, but the issue was consistent within Edge and IE10. I'll also look into reporting this as a bug to the jQuery tracker, great advice. Thank you both so much for your help!!
  2. Hi all! I'm having a bit of a weird situation. I'm creating a fake scrollbar with Draggable that moves its target's scrollTop position as the scrollbar moves. I've got this working like a charm, except for one hiccup... IE is returning different values for the scrollbar's transform CSS value than Chrome/Firefox are. For example, Chrome/Firefox are returning something like matrix(1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 5), while IE is returning matrix3d(1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 5, 0, 1). In order to get my scrollbar contraption to work, I need to listen for/get the Y value of the scrollbar's transform property and respectively set the target div's scrollTop position through a formula using that same Y value. This is proving to be a bit tricky as I need to parse and return different positions for IE (position 13) and Chrome/Firefox (position 5). I suppose my question is this: could someone shed some light onto why IE is returning a matrix3d value while Chrome/Firefox are returning just a regular matrix value for the draggable? Right now I'm using some browser sniffing to get it all to work, but I'd really rather not if I don't have to. Please let me know if setting up a Codepen would help better illustrate this situation. Thanks!
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