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    Default ‘Do a barrel roll’ for animated Google search page

    Want to have little fun while using Google Search. "do a barrel roll" query in Google Search produces animated effect similar to barrel roll. This latest easter egg for Google Search is getting very popular for its simplicity and pleasing animated result. Try this effect just now by opening Google Search on your PC.
    Google easter egg ‘Do a barrel roll’ trick.

    1. Open Google.com in web browser on your computer. Make sure you use either of Google Chrome, Safari or Firefox browser to make this trick work.

    2. Type: "do a barrel roll" in the search box and press the Enter key or just click here. You should notice cool animation with Google Search page rolling two times similar to barrel roll effect and then setting to default static form."



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    Last edited by japp; 6th November 2011 at 08:15. Reason: Better focus on what to type in the search box.

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    when you give instructions to people to type in something like you did in point #2, then you should use double-qoutes ("") around the text to be typed, so it´s understandable exactly what to type.

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    Also try the words 'askew', 'tilt'
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    Quote Originally Posted by hackerman1 View Post
    when you give instructions to people to type in something like you did in point #2, then you should use double-qoutes ("") around the text to be typed, so it´s understandable exactly what to type.
    A miss, but it's obvious from the video. But I have changed it.

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    LOL - Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by vasudev View Post
    Also try the words 'askew', 'tilt'
    i have tried that, nothing happens....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hackerman1 View Post
    i have tried that, nothing happens....
    Works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hackerman1 View Post
    i have tried that, nothing happens....
    Watch carefully, the page slightly tilts.
    Have to use those words-'askew' ,'tilt' one at at time, in case you used both words together.Works in Firefox, I havent tried chrome. (Doesnt work in IE or Opera)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hackerman1 View Post
    i have tried that, nothing happens....
    Maybe you've included the quotes? Just type in the words.

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