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The jQuery Fx Queues plugin is a global queueing system that allows to enqueue effects of different elements, but also keeps jQuery’s default queueing option. For more details see * http://lucianopanaro.com/jquery-fxqueues-plugin-20.html * http://plugins.jquery.com/project/fxqueues A wait argument was also added to be able to specify the time to wait before starting the animation. New arguments added to animate: * queue: (string) Name of the queue. If it doesn’t exist, it creates the new queue. * scope: (string) Name of the scope. * position: (”front”|”end”) Queue position where animation (or scope, if passed) is queued. * preDelay: (int) Milliseconds to wait before starting the next in queue. * postDelay: (int) Milliseconds to wait after finishing the animation. Working with the queues Now you have a $.fxqueues(”queueName”) to get the queue. The object has three useful methods: * $.fxqueues(”queueName”).pause() * $.fxqueues(”queueName”).start() * $.fxqueues(”queueName”).stop() (The queue is cleared.)