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As someone who is platform agnostic. I have to say that horizontal scrolling confuses me in either OS. With vertical scrolling I would immediately reach for the scroll wheel on the mouse (or gently stroke the top of the magic mouse) or use the multi-touch touch-pad with two fingers to scroll down the page. I am currently writing this from a company Dell ...
Apple removed scrollbars from appearing, unless in use, from viewports in 2011 with the release of Lion, immediately sparking multiple articles about how to get them back. The usability rationale and merit of this can still be debated today. Not showing it until it is needed is a clean design and does not clutter the display, but the user must figure out ...
Maybe you could try this: http://mynameismatthieu.com/WOW/index.html It's a .js library that works together with animate.css Animation starts when user scrolls to the animated element. For me it's an easy solution, also works smooth.
There may be an accessibility problem: How would a screen reader for the visually impaired handle a marquee? I now see someone raised this concern, though not specifically about screen reading devices.
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