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If you have a good number of tabs they will be narrow enough you can't see the page loading indicator in the tab and there's absolutely nothing in a browser page to indicate it is currently reloading. Is there something to make it better visible?

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there's absolutely nothing in a browser page to indicate it is currently reloading

I usually have very narrow tabs. The top left corner of my Chrome browser screen looks like this:

Top left corner of Chrome browser screen.

When I reload a page, the circular arrow symbol changes to an "X" until the reload has finished.
(If it is taking too long, clicking the "X" cancels the reload request.)

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  • Ray means the circular arrow symbol next to the address bar. This might be self evident to those who reload the page by pressing that button but I always use the keyboard so I didn't even realize that button survived (most buttons from early browsers didn't).
    – chx
    Commented Dec 21, 2022 at 0:37

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