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Does smooth transitions faster than you can consciously perceive improve the user experience?
Google Chrome shows a smooth transition when you type something in its omnibar. It consists of a few frames of a diffuse glass-like autocomplete box before it becomes totally opaque. It's faster than ...
Jul 27 '12 at 11:32
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