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Jan 10, 2010, 00:41 #1
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Facebook's little hourglass thingy
I've posted this very question on Facebook's own forum with no response.
I've noted Facebook's forums are littered with a lot of unanswered legitimate questions.
What's that all about??
Anyway, I suspect someone here could lead me in the right direction:
I'm starting out with my humble little Facebook application, and I want to add on one thing.
You know when it sometimes take time to start up a Facebook app, and you see that wavy animation of vertical bars going across the screen?
(see attach. facebookCounter.JPG)
Where do you get that?
I would like to use that in some aspects of my Facebook application.
I've looked in the 'view source', and I only get lost looking for it!!
Jan 10, 2010, 19:54 #2
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I'm not condoning you steal it…
What I did to locate it was opened up firebug. Selected one of the links so the item could be seen in firebug display. Then I clicked that link and found out that the class UIFilterList_loading was being added and removed to one the elements to apply that image. At which point I brought up all the CSS and conducted a simple search for UIFilterList_loading locating the style responsible to the background image.