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The module allows users to apply minimalist scrollbars to sections of content. It has been designed with ease-of-use in mind and allows designers to add scrollbars in just a few steps, without having to manually load plugin script files and css stylesheets. It is dependent on the Libraries API and loads two libraries. The mCustomScrollbar jQuery Plugin is the primary library, with the Mouse Wheel library available as an option.
Users can apply vertical scrollbars site-wide to blocks and nodes, or can specify CSS attributes to receive either vertical or horizontal scrollbars. Features include, a choice of 8 scrollbar themes, inertia/easing, autohide/show, touch scroll, dragger resize among others.
To my knowledge this is the first implementation of the mCustomScollbar jQuery plugin within a Drupal Module. In addition, a good deal of time has been spent exposing many of the features of this jQuery plugin to the user through Drupal's adminstration/configuration section, in order to make it availabe to novice developers/users.
git clone http://git.drupal.org/sandbox/knooq/2087687.git neat_scrollbar