This is a fork of ProgressiveScroll updated to work with VS 2017 (it fixes annoying exception thrown, when starting Visual Studio project). It replaces the scrollbar with a graphic representation of the code.
Support for Visual Studio versions older than 2017 is deprecated, please use original plugin here
Source code for the fork can be accessed at GitHub
P.S. All right for this software belongs to author, who originally wrote it
Double clicking highlights the selected word in the editor and the scrollbar.
Pressing Escape clears the highlights.
Coloring options for whitespace, comments, strings, file changes, highlights, bookmarks, breakpoints and errors. These can be found in Tools > Options > Fonts and Colors.
Adjustable width (This and other settings can be found under Tools > Options > Progressive Scroll).
Uses the space that is usually wasted in the bottom right corner of the editor (only in VS2010) and hides the splitter control in the top right corner.
Warning! Does not work well with word wrap.
Updated to support Visual Studio 2017
Updated to incorporate compatibility with new releases of Visual Studio 2017, including Enterprise Edition. Thanks to Kaiyuan Liu
Options split into "Match Case" and "Match Whole Word"
Progressive Scroll's functionality extended to all text files, not code only. Thanks to Brook McEachern