This page details the various options that you can pass into the settings object when you initialise jScrollPane. Note that there is also a number of changes you can make through the API after the scrollpane is already initialised and a number of events you can listen to.
Whether arrows should be shown on the generated scroll pane. When set to false only the scrollbar track and drag will be shown, if set to true then arrows buttons will also be shown. Demo.
Whether the scrollpane should attempt to maintain it's position whenever it is reinitialised. If true then the viewport of the scrollpane will remain the same when it is reinitialised, if false then the viewport will jump back up to the top when the scrollpane is reinitialised. See also stickToBottom and stickToRight.
If maintainPosition is true and the scrollpane is scrolled to the bottom then the scrollpane then the scrollpane will remain scrolled to the bottom even if new content is added to the pane which makes it taller.
If maintainPosition is true and the scrollpane is scrolled to its right edge then the scrollpane then the scrollpane will remain scrolled to the right edge even if new content is added to the pane which makes it wider.
The number of milliseconds between each reinitialisation (if autoReinitialise is true).
The smallest height that the vertical drag can have. The size of the drag elements is based on the proportion of the size of the content to the size of the viewport but is contrained within the minimum and maximum dimensions given. Demo.
The width of the content of the scroll pane. The default value of undefined will allow jScrollPane to calculate the width of it's content. However, in some cases you will want to disable this (e.g. to prevent horizontal scrolling or where the calculation of the size of the content doesn't return reliable results)
Whether to use animation when calling scrollTo or scrollBy. You can control the animation speed and easing by using the animateDuration and animateEase settings or if you want to exercise more complete control then you can override the animate API method. Demo.
The number of milliseconds taken to animate to a new position (see animateScroll ).
Whether internal links on the page should be hijacked so that if they point so content within a jScrollPane then they automatically scroll the jScrollPane to the correct place. Demo.
The amount of space between the side of the content and the vertical scrollbar.
The amount of space between the bottom of the content and the horizontal scrollbar.
A multiplier which is used to control the amount that the scrollpane scrolls each time the mouse wheel is turned. If a recent version of the mousewheel plugin is used then the `deltaFactor` from that is used to get a [more reliable](https://github.com/brandonaaron/jquery-mousewheel#getting-the-scroll-distance) indication of how far the user wanted to scroll.
A multiplier which is used to control the amount that the scrollpane scrolls each time on of the arrow buttons is pressed.
The number of milliseconds between each repeated scroll event when the mouse is held down over one of the arrow keys.
Whether the arrow buttons should cause the jScrollPane to scroll while you are hovering over them. Demo.
Where the vertical arrows should appear relative to the vertical track. Demo.
Where the horizontal arrows should appear relative to the horizontal track. Demo.
Whether keyboard navigation should be enabled (e.g. whether the user can focus the scrollpane and then use the arrow (and other) keys to navigate around.
Whether the focus outline should be hidden in all browsers. For best accessibility you should not change this option. You can style the outline with the CSS property outline and outline-offset.
Whether clicking on the track (e.g. the area behind the drag) should scroll towards the point clicked on. Defaults to true as this is the native behaviour in these situations.
A multiplier which is used to control the amount that the scrollpane scrolls each trackClickRepeatFreq while the mouse button is held down over the track.
The number of milliseconds between each repeated scroll event when the mouse is held down over the track.