Wednesday, May 15 2019
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To allow us running Speed Cache on professional website, we must be able to switch off or at least change the spinning loading animation, wich is very huge, not really responsive and therefore rather "unstylish".

Of course we could do this every time in CSS by ourselves, but the efforts this takes every time, prevents us from working with Speed Cache in general.

So we think it would be a good idea to give us the choice in the backend options for choosing different animations, colors (!) and - of course - to switch it off completely.

Great, if you could consider this minor tweak for a next release.

thank you.
more than a month ago
Hi,

Thanks for adding your feature request here.
To allow us running Speed Cache on professional website, we must be able to switch off or at least change the spinning loading animation, wich is very huge, not really responsive and therefore rather "unstylish".

Of course we could do this every time in CSS by ourselves, but the efforts this takes every time, prevents us from working with Speed Cache in general.

So we think it would be a good idea to give us the choice in the backend options for choosing different animations, colors (!) and - of course - to switch it off completely.

We need to study more about this feature as you are the first one requesting. Anyway, I noted that in the to-do list!

Cheers,
more than a month ago
Hi,

Yes we can add:
- An option to load only with the fade animation
- Make the animation smaller and responsive

How about that?

Cheers,
more than a month ago
thanks for having a look at this. well, sounds interesting... :-) looking forward to the next release then.

thank you!
more than a month ago
+1 for this. I have just installed SpeedCache and was hunting for the setting to be able to turn this loader off....
more than a month ago
+1 habe eine neue SVG erstellt, wird aber leider bei einem update immer überschrieben :(
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