Disable Google’s Fade-in Animation on Google Homepage
By on December 4th, 2009

Google recently changed their homepage to a barebone search box. You will see links and other options whenever you fade into the page. However, not many users like this, and would prefer to see the old homepage.

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If you are one of them, here is a script called Disable Google Fade-incan come in handy. Once you install the script, the fade-in effect will be completely disabled.

This Greasemonkey script should work out of the box on with Greasemonkey add-on installed. Most new versions of will allow you to install Greasemonkey scripts as , however, if you are using a older version, read our earlier tutorial on installing Greasmonkey user scripts in Chrome. , and Safari users, please refer to our earlier tutorial on running User scripts in Opera, IE and Safari.

Disable Google Fade-in Script [via Google OS]

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