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There are 4 same sized pictures that's I have cut in 4 equal parts, the problem is I can't make them animate on hover.  The part I have hovereda should become wider. 
I tried to make it this way - 


but this example doesn't work with reactive variables in Vue, I'd declared in object with coordinates.


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You can't say it doesn't work if there isn't any animation code.


Try making the animation work without Vue first. If you need help with canvas, check out this post, and everything it links to.



And I'm pretty sure you can make a canvas animation reactive. These examples use state.


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16 hours ago, OSUblake said:

You can't say it doesn't work if there isn't any animation code.


Ditto. What have you tried that did not work previously?


15 hours ago, PointC said:

Where has he been hiding lately? Is his parking spot up for grabs?


Been hiding under a baby. For such small things, they are a handful... And no, my parking spot is definitely NOT up for grabs. My paternity leave (aka money) is coming to an end so, expect me back some point next week.

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