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  1. Sorry if this has come up before. I did have a search, but wasn't sure how best to describe it. Anyway, I have a long HTML page which scrolls vertically. Nothing unusual about that... On this page, I have banners which are horizontally draggable, using Draggable. However, when I scroll vertically on iOS, if I drag within the Draggable banners, it stops the page scrolling. I want the Draggable banners to scroll horizontally, and the page to scroll vertically. How might I work around this? Is it even possible with iOS? Loving your work as always! Cheers, Steve
  2. Similar to my other post, I would love a new overwrite mode which would merge, or average the values of two or more existing tweens. Possible?
  3. I would like another overwrite method which yields to any pre-existing tweens - so simply doesn't overwrite properties of an object if they are currently already being tweened. I guess it could even have it's own property, as you may wish to use a different selection criteria - so for example TweenMax.to(this, 1, {x:100, y:100, yield:auto}). In the above example, if the x parameter was already being tweened, then only the y parameter would be tweened. Is there already an easy way to achieve this? Cheers, Steve
  4. Hi Jack, Loving your work with LoaderMax, and of course TweenLite/Max. You're a real hero! However, one thing I've noticed is that LoaderMax doesn't seem to throw errors when things aren't found, etc. Whilst I appreciate this makes it more accessible to the masses, it can turn bug-tracking into a bit of a wild goose chase. I was wondering therefore if you would ever consider adding some sort of strict-mode to LoaderMax? I would love to hear your thoughts on this... Cheers, Steve