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  1. Oh my, how sad is this. Yeah, the blame is totally not on you guys, you are my Heroes since my flash times, I know perfectly who's to blame. Wrapped the image with a div does the trick, thank man, you have to change some things around but the rotate effect and its possibilities worth the rethinking on two DOM objects instead of one, but it's just the same, actually this was the light that I was looking for, not the one that I wanted, but definitely a great one. Thanks buddie. See the results. http://www.kassandrafoto.com/ Now if I think on a rotate element I know that I have to use a wrapper div and that's all. Thanks a lot man a keep the great work. Greetings.
  2. Hi there, well here comes IE8 ruinning my life (AGAIN). I was working on some rotation effects (I was thrilled with the results by the way), till I have discovered that IE8 does a horrible effect rotating the images. If you don't use position:absolute, the rotation affects the image within the div (If my div is a rectangle of 700 px by 300px) so the size of the rectangle acts like a mask. Plus: IE8 makes a horrible black border on the images that rotates, so ugly that is really hard to look at it, I saw this black horrible border using the alpha effect before, but I said, what the heck!, it's not critical, but this rotation issue really forces me to avoid the effect. All browsers are plain perfect as usual, but if it doesn't work on IE8 properly it's a problem. Sad but true, another jewl ruined by this so called browser. I've tried all combination of positions, but it does seems that the only position that rotates the div as it is expected to be on IE8 is absolute. Hope anyone could give me a hand on this one. Here's a simple example. TweenMax.to($logo,1,{css:{rotation:"360deg"},ease:Expo.easeOut}); http://www.kassandrafoto.com/ (So sorry if it's not allowed to post links, you can delete it any moment) Greetings. PS. ...really depressed till good news. Thanks for your GREAT, GREAT work guys.
  3. Oh my, I was trying such an stupid approach, yep: 2 divs. Guys you rock. Greetings.
  4. Hi there, I can't get how to animate the background-image in TweenMax. TweenMax.to(obj,1,{css:{backgroundImage:"don't know what to put here"},ease:Expo.easeOut}); Is there a place where I can find all the syntax to use in the TweenMax's lines for all the CSS properties? I mean css property of margin-top is marginTop in TweenMax's line, well I'm looking for that but with all properties. TweenMax with js flavor is plain AWESOME! Greetings guys.