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Hi and welcome to the GreenSock forums.


I believe that the force3D variable works for the tween target.


What you could do is create a function that traverses over the elements you indicate (here you can use jQuery selectors and $.each) and use a set() instance to add pass the force3D to the element.

//select all the elements with the given classes into one jQuery object
var elements = $(".a, .b, .c");

$.each(elements, function(i,e)


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You don't even have to loop through things - TweenLite and TweenMax can handle targets that are arrays or jQuery objects containing lots of elements. So it can be as simple as:

TweenLite.set(".a, .b, .c", {force3D:true});

Remember, if you pass in a string as the target, it will pass that along to the default selector (which would be jQuery if you have that loaded). 

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