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Google Wave introduced a revolutionary new way of online communication and collaboration. It seemed to swiftly solve the problems inherent our current 40-year-old email system. Unfortunately, it never actually caught on. In addition to rethinking email, though, Google Wave’s user interface also rethought things such as scroll bars. I was particularly impressed with Google Wave’s scrollbars which were small, unintrusive, and easy to use. In it’s tiny form-factor, the Google Wave scroll bar is able to: Indicate document height -Indicate current scroll location -Scroll by clicking the arrows (dragger doesn’t move until you move your mouse away) -Scroll by dragging After being announced that Google Wave will be retired, I wanted to immortalize this new way of scrolling in a jQuery plugin that does the same thing. Based on konr ness plugin.