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Topic # 96002 18-Jan-2012 08:40
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There's a little ball at the bottom right corner of my google reader page that changes colour.  I'm sure it wasn't there yesterday.  Has anyone else noticed this or know what it's about?
 

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  Reply # 570259 18-Jan-2012 09:24
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Hi,

It looks like this is a loading indicator, to let you know that it's doing something.

Looking at the markup, this seems to confirm this:
<div class="jfk-activityIndicator-icon" style="opacity: 0; "></div>

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  Reply # 570323 18-Jan-2012 11:44
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Yes, loading indicator.. been there for a few months at least I think




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  Reply # 570329 18-Jan-2012 11:49
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Thanks guys.  May have just been blind previously.
 

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  Reply # 571115 20-Jan-2012 09:51
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Shame they didnt fix the advances to next feed instead of waiting for things to load bug that has been there since the start..




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