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jQuery Vertical Content Slider moved by mouse position

Posted on 2010-09-16
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I know this exists out there, but I can't seem to find it.  I want to set a grid of images (lets say 5 x 20) that is longer than the DIV they are contained in.  So the DIV would only show 5 columns and 5 rows.  I then want to scroll the box smoothly depending on mouse position.  So if you move the mouse to the lower row it will start scrolling.  I have scoured the Internet, but haven't seen an example of this.  

A good example would be the small grid on the right side of this page:
http://benpieperphoto.com/  (this is using Slideshow Pro Thumbgrid)

Can someone guide me to a jQuery plugin that will accomplish this?  Thanks!
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It looks like jMyCarousel will only support 1 column of images when doing vertical scrolling.  When I change the CSS to float the UL & LI to the left, it remains in one column unless I comment out the JS files.  
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