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  1. I would like to make the menu with the smooth magnification effect like the dock in macOS. I took this example as a basis https://codepen.io/osublake/pen/BZNGyd but the animation does not work smoothly and only starts when you move to the next or previous element. Is it possible to make the animation work smoothly and work at the slightest mouse movement? As in this example https://codepen.io/icebob/pen/bNZrEN Any help with this question would be great.
  2. A while ago we built a website using GSAP, which can be seen here for reference: www.mikutech.com We use TimelineMax and TweenMax to power all of the animations on the site. It recently came to our attention that the site sometimes crashes the browser, but only specifically on Firefox for Mac. We've had two separate Macbooks running different versions of Firefox crash on the site now. Chrome and Safari run the site fine, and all three run fine on Windows. I tossed together a sample using the same kind of transformations and similar amounts of animations in the the codepen link attached. It runs fine in all of my browsers on Windows but again, in Firefox on Mac, if you try to scroll around it freezes and eventually crashes. The website is kind of old at this point and has an older version of GSAP on it, but we have a local version of the site with all the libraries updated which exhibits the same behavior. If we disable the animations the site is smooth, so it's definitely not any of the other scripts on the site causing the issue. Any help or insight into how to avoid these crashes would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Hello Rockstarrs, I wrote this dynamic mp3 visualizer almost a year - and it worked wonderfully. Then recently I went back to it and it stutter steps and drops frames. The only things that have changed on my end, Mountain Lion (but i noticed it even before with Lion), FP11.3. So I recompiled the SWF, opened the SWF and everything as fine! Then opened it in the browser - same issue… Uninstalled Flash Player, reset Safari, Chrome, FireFox, repaired disk permissions systemwide, reinstalled Flash - no love. Made sure I had the most current version of GreenSock and swfObject, still nothing better... Attached are screenshots of exactly what I'm talking about, and here's a link to the project live. Let me know if you're seeing everything correctly, or if yours, like mine is slicing and dicing the visual... http://joelhackney.name/spectrum/ Thanks! -Joel
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