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jquery JCarousel with continuous smooth scrolling (no pause)

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Hi,

I'm just wondering if this is possible. I would like it to continually play and not pause. The auto value is set to 0.1. Putting it to 0 turns off auto scrolling
I think it can be done with easing but it is a bit beyond my knowledge.

Thanks in advance.

reference links:
http://sorgalla.com/projects/jcarousel/examples/static_auto.html

configuration:
http://sorgalla.com/projects/jcarousel/#Configuration

Sample code attached.
jQuery('#right-carousel').jcarousel({
        vertical: false,
		wrap: "circular",
		auto: 0.1,
		rtl: false,
		scroll: 1,
		animation: "slow"
    });

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There's two tricks. One, set the auto interval to a really small value, so it does only stop for a fraction of a second, and two, set easing to 'linear' instead of the default 'swing'. Try the following values:
    jQuery('#mycarousel').jcarousel({
        vertical: false,
        wrap: 'circular',
        auto: 0.001,
        rtl: false,
        scroll: 1,
        animation: 2000,
        easing: 'linear'
    });

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Hints: animation can be set to a millisecond value, so it goes even slower than slow with bigger values (slow == 600). Setting auto to values < 0.001 will not help, but probably cause the animation to flicker / go slow, as the minimum time between two timeouts is 1 ms and the auto value is internally multiplied by 1000 to get the ms value.
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thanks!
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