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  1. I was attempting to use GSAP with Node.js, but I encountered some difficulties i could not manage to solve on my own. I am using the GSAP supplied by NPM (https://www.npmjs.com/package/gsap). I have read the other questions asked on this forum and tried their suggestions (http://greensock.com/forums/topic/7422-using-tweenlite-timelinelite-server-side-with-nodejs/), however, GSAP still throws an error saying that "document" is not defined. Help would be much appreciated
  2. I'm creating an app in a node.js environment and using a set of functions like the ones in the codepen. The codepen works and everything works in the node.js app as well except this call in the hideStrokes function: TweenMax.set(shapes, {drawSVG:0}); I see the svg container animate to the center of the screen but the lines in the svg appear as soon as I run the unHideSVG function. I can inspect the page using Chrome's dev tools and see that the drawSVG script was executed properly because I can see all the transforms, etc. Works in the codepen though. Anyone know of a reason why that particular call would fail in a node environment? http://codepen.io/swampthang/pen/RRoJOp/ By the way, I am using the npm install version of gsap and it did install all of the files and plugins in the node_modules directory. In the js file where all the functions are running I require the module like: var TweenMax = require("gsap"); Calls to drawSVG are not erroring so I assume it's finding it.
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