Use the noAddedSpace: true, property, ex:
But that appears to remove all space. I added a little back by giving the first image a margin-left of 0.25em:
mouse: 'cursor driven',
Ordinarily that doesn't happen. That space should be added and should be the same as the spaces between the other images that are caused by the CR/LF breaks and/or space characters between them in the HTML markup source code. Perhaps something about your other styles is enlarging it. If it is though, I can't easily find it. The cause might be something else.
<div class="marquee" id="laufband2">
<a href="/images/gallery/014.jpg" rel="example3" title="014">
<img src="/images/gallery/014thumb.jpg" border="0"
<a href="/images/ga . . .