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Lof Scroller for K2 Module

The K2 Lof Scroller Module is a integration module working with the k2 component, allows displaying the list of k2 items in a grid and pages . The module has three 3 main functions: Showcase, Recent viewed and Same In Category and combine the smooth scrolling effect, Opacity Hovering Effect of the mootools plugin, it's easy to select a proper function, take a look and feel very impressive for your site.

Demo Joomla 1.7 - 3.x :


* The module has Version 1.x for Joomla! 1.5, Version 2.2 for Joomla 2.5!, and Version 3.x for Joomla! 3.0 Native, and PHP version greater than 5.x
* Get Source From the K2 Component
* The module has 3 main functions: with showcase function allows you display list articles from categories or k2 items id. Recent Viewed function: display all k2 items which client have readed. Show In Category: While client read k2 items, the module will be shown all k2 items in same category with current.
* Supports showing Featured Icon for k2 item featured
* Support Multiple Themes with Flexible layout Design
* Support cropping, resizing thumbnail.
* Customize User CSS formatting.
* Lightweight, modern and fast-loading design.
* Supports scroll in one of directions
* Fully compatible IE6+, Firefox 2+, Flock 0.7+, Netscape, Safari, Opera 9.5

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Reviews: 4
This module is exactly what I needed to highlight category items in a very unique and stylish way. It works perfectly and the module back-end settings are very intuitive and easy to understand.

Support was also top-notch. While I had no problem installing and configuring the module, there were some javascript conflicts that prevented it from working properly. I contacted support and within one day they had the issue resolved.
Reviews: 5
All the essential parameters are given in the module.
Just a little problem with the acute accent of the letter "a" by integrating the module to the GK3 Tab (​​test mode caption) replaced by an icon ... Solution?
The default mode is no problem but the way "caption" does not display the visual effects in Internet Explorer