Moo.fx is based on prototype.js and is therefore nice, clean code that works cross-browser.
It is nice to have a clean version of these effects, to replace the MSIE proprietary filters, but the same dangers apply:
These things can help usability and make pages more fun to use, but at the same time they can be annoying when they get overused or take too long on the machine in use.
We congratulate the developers on a nice implementation, and hope the designers take it on as a chance to spice up their sites while keeping the spice level below a vindaloo.
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