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In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by Jangloid Mark » Fri Dec 04, 2009 05:23

Anyone good at logos/clipart?

I'm trying to cobble together a userscript to circumvent the new Google Fade thingy...basically, so that Google loads in it's entirity like before. I'm absolutely shit at graphics/art/anything like that.

Size would need to be the same size as a Google doodle (IE the ever changing Google logo).

Does anyone who may be better at it than me fancy supplying the 'Google Fade Nuked' artwork? I do this simply to make the web look/function better and don't get paid a penny, so, I cannot pay for this, but, can promise that you would get credited in the code....

As soon as it's done, I will upload and share the link....
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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by linus » Fri Dec 04, 2009 07:46

I've no idea what you mean... do you mean how when you click on google the page loads with the search box first and then the clicky clicky bits at the top appear about 5 seconds later?

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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by tonieee » Fri Dec 04, 2009 08:51

fogofideas wrote:I've no idea what you mean... do you mean how when you click on google the page loads with the search box first and then the clicky clicky bits at the top appear about 5 seconds later?
The other bits don't appear under you move your mouse or use the tab key to move focus from the search box. I find it a bit pointless and annoying really.

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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by Jangloid Mark » Fri Dec 04, 2009 10:43

tonieee wrote:
fogofideas wrote:I've no idea what you mean... do you mean how when you click on google the page loads with the search box first and then the clicky clicky bits at the top appear about 5 seconds later?
The other bits don't appear under you move your mouse or use the tab key to move focus from the search box. I find it a bit pointless and annoying really.
Yes...that's exactly what I mean. As someone who often uses Google News, Google Images etc. I find this change highly annoying, so, I thought the easiest solution would be to get a bit of coding together so that it doesn't happen anymore. n (IE so that the page loads instantly like it used to).

The artwork thing was a drunken afterthought - sort of more to make a point that the new 'feature' was actively nuked....
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Post by linus » Fri Dec 04, 2009 11:57

could you not just bookmark the google pages you access the most and then you can bypass landing on http://www.google.co.uk/ (for example) and go directly to http://news.google.co.uk/ (if news is what you fancy)?


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Post by Gordon » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:12

Why not just make things complicated? I'm designing an alternative internet where everything is black and white and you can customise the display by wearing different coloured spectacles. I'm still working on the 3d upgrade.
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Post by tonieee » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:19

Gordon wrote:I'm designing an alternative internet where everything is black and white and you can customise the display by wearing different coloured spectacles.
I already have that - I use elinks. I've never tried with coloured spectacles though - I did use to have a pair of rose-tinted spectacles, I'll have to see if I can dig them out.

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Post by Gordon » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:47

No, mine is the same as the internet but in black and white. How do you watch youtube videos of kittens in elinks?
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Post by tonieee » Tue Dec 08, 2009 13:58

Gordon wrote:How do you watch youtube videos of kittens in elinks?
You don't, that's what makes it so good (or you can cheat by configuring a button that will open a link up in another application like Firefox).

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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by Jangloid Mark » Tue Dec 08, 2009 17:43

In the end, someone beat me to it....So I just uploaded theirs.

It simply puts a stop to the fade without doing anything else....but, it'll do for now until I've got some spare time on my hands...

If anyone else wants it, it's here : http://userstyles.org/styles/23032
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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by frogblast » Tue Dec 08, 2009 22:09

i don't ever go to http://www.google.com but I thought the fade in thing was quite nice. i like minimalist things. having a clean homepage was always one of the the good things about google compared to other search engines. for example: http://m.uk.yahoo.com/ is pretty horrible unless you really want the latest xfactor news screaming in your face (never mind the animated flash adverts…)
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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by Mr Bear » Tue Dec 08, 2009 22:18

Maybe I'm missing the point, but I don't quite understand the need for what you were looking for. So the other links don't appear 'til you move your mouse, but if they're there all the time then how do you click on 'google images', for example? By moving your mouse to the link. So I don't know what's achieved by uploading this to your computer. As I said though, maybe I'm missing the point. I'm just confused. For the record though I like the fade in version too.

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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by Gordon » Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:38

Hadn't seen that fade before, but it's pretty wicked.
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Re: In need of a 'Google fade nuked' logo/clipart

Post by Wheatabeat » Wed Dec 09, 2009 21:46

Gordon wrote:Hadn't seen that fade before, but it's pretty wicked.
Ooh, yeah, I like that too.
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