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    flick

    What does "flick" mean in the following? A movie? Or does it refer to "the icon animation with the flick of onscreen icons"?

    "The icon animation with backgrounds didn't perform well enough," Steve explained. The Apple auteur aimed for perfection and nothing less, including with the flick of onscreen icons.

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    Re: flick

    Much like flicking a piece of dust off the screen, a flick lets you scroll quickly through menus or long lists.

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