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In our work, we use spinners quite a lot. It is definitely better than not having any loading indicators. We have seen from our actual user data that, where we expected quick loading times, but something went wrong, and there were no indicators of something happening the users just refreshed the page to make the issue even worse in the end. So at least a ...


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While it's hard for us to know exactly why they implemented this, I agree with Izquierdo that this is probably for accessibility. (Though the implementation itself is not great imo) Anyone who wants to take this accessibility option into account. CSS now has a prefers-reduced-motion media feature which you can use to check if the user wants to disable motion,...


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