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I am working on a WPF application handling lists too long to fit in the window, so it needs a scroll bar. But elements of the list (a vertical stack panel) may flash up indicators that preferably should be acted on without too much delay; they should not be outside the window.

So I imagine a modified scrollbar mechanisms: A certain fraction of the contents is displayed in normal size (or even normal++, for those of us who are not as young as we used to be). Lines above or below this area is gradually reduced in size, so that more of them would fit above/below the "reading zone" of the window (with the attention indicators visible), without scrolling out. The reading zone would be somewhat like a cylinder lens, except with a central flat area of constant magnification.

Preferably, the size falloff outside the reading zone should be configurable, as well as the fraction of the window making up the reading zone. It would also be nice if it could be applied to columns of a table one-by-one, so that the columns remain straight from top to bottom, even though the cell contents is reduced in size.

I tried to google for 'cylinder lens scrollbar', without much success. Has anyone around here seen such a scrolling mechanism? Do you have hits for other google terms? Or should I just sit down and start implementing it myself?
(I suspect that my implmentation would be too much tailored to my specific needs at the moment; if there is anything like this out in the wild, it is probably of far more general use!)
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