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  1. I'm playing around with one of Blake's codepens from some time ago. I love the simplicity of the way it works without all the hassle of handles, etc. What I'd love to be able to do, is start with a simple line like that (with 3, maybe 4 points) and add the ability to click to remove, or click the line to add another point. Had anyone done something like this? Something that would merge the 2 in a very simple way?
  2. I've been having some fun with the Bezier Plugin and am starting with a set of path options for the user to choose from. I've been looking for a way to change a given path's points to fill any stage size by either height or width. I set up a starting point in the codepen with a select menu to resize and an example path. I wondered if there might be a hidden gem in GSAP's amazing arsenal that would be able to do this conversion of points. Fingers crossed!
  3. Hi all! i am trying to create an animation where several paths move along the same path. I made one element move along the path but i am unsuccessful to make the second animate.
  4. Just discovered GSAP, looks great! I have looked into the Bezier plugin and I can't confirm if the time between each point is required to be constant. I am dealing with timed points not necessarily equally timed, e.g. a sequence may have points at 0, 1, 2, 5, 7, 10, 15 sec. Is there a way to deal with this constraint? Thx
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