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28th Sep '17 8:29:16 PM ZerroDefex
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* ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' film series loves this. Up there with the DramaticGunCock is the dramatic gear change where just before some highly dramatic part of a car chase, the driver discovers some gear they apparently hadn't discovered until now and give the gear box a big crank, labouring each shift, cuminating in the reengagment of the gear disks. If the car has nitros and the movie has a cgi budget then the clicking action may continue as the shot goes into the engine and shows off a whole load of other parts that click before coming out of the afterburner.

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* ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' film series loves this. Up there with the DramaticGunCock is the dramatic gear change where just before some highly dramatic part of a car chase, the driver discovers some gear they apparently hadn't discovered until now and give the gear box a big crank, labouring each shift, cuminating in the reengagment of the gear disks. If the car has nitros and the movie has a cgi budget then the clicking action may continue as the shot goes into the engine and shows off a whole load of other parts that click before coming out of the afterburner.exhaust.
31st Aug '17 8:08:01 AM PDL
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** Another reason for the shutter-click on mobile devices is to prevent people from anonymously take photos of others without them knowing. Its one of the few features on these devices that can't be disabled or muted.
25th Jun '17 9:14:50 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheFastAndTheFurious'' film series loves this. Up there with the DramaticGunCock is the dramatic gear change where just before some highly dramatic part of a car chase, the driver discovers some gear they apparently hadn't discovered until now and give the gear box a big crank, labouring each shift, cuminating in the reengagment of the gear disks. If the car has nitros and the movie has a cgi budget then the clicking action may continue as the shot goes into the engine and shows off a whole load of other parts that click before coming out of the afterburner.

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* ''TheFastAndTheFurious'' ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' film series loves this. Up there with the DramaticGunCock is the dramatic gear change where just before some highly dramatic part of a car chase, the driver discovers some gear they apparently hadn't discovered until now and give the gear box a big crank, labouring each shift, cuminating in the reengagment of the gear disks. If the car has nitros and the movie has a cgi budget then the clicking action may continue as the shot goes into the engine and shows off a whole load of other parts that click before coming out of the afterburner.
27th May '17 3:57:13 PM viking1911
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** Modern smart phones can even give a short vibration to confirm that the command has been received.
21st Dec '16 10:54:40 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' practically breathes this trope when the intelligent devices get an upgrade. Suddenly they go from being fun little quirky guns to being bad-ass revolvers, or hand-held artillery weapons with shot-gun shells.

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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' practically breathes this trope when the intelligent devices get an upgrade. Suddenly they go from being fun little quirky guns to being bad-ass revolvers, or hand-held artillery weapons with shot-gun shells.
17th Aug '16 6:39:23 AM Morgenthaler
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Think about it, where would the {{Badass}} be without the crack of his knuckles and the cock of his gun to let everyone know he was dangerous? How else can we make a nerdy hacker seem cool and adventurous without his fingers blazing across the crackling keyboards?

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Think about it, where would the {{Badass}} action hero be without the crack of his knuckles and the cock of his gun to let everyone know he was dangerous? How else can we make a nerdy hacker seem cool and adventurous without his fingers blazing across the crackling keyboards?
17th Aug '16 6:38:49 AM Morgenthaler
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1st Apr '16 9:12:20 PM JackWhitehead
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* [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame Arcade games.]] While the modern enthusiast scene generally favors silent buttons and joysticks for smooth action, to many nostalgic players the experience just isn't the same without old school clicky buttons and joysticks.
8th Feb '16 1:20:05 AM pvsage
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** Mechanical keyboards have returned in popularity these last few years, being made by gaming gear companies such as Razer and Steelseries. The main benefit is that mechanical keyboards are ''indestructible'', able to take the stress and [[RageQuit anger]] any player can throw at it. Others just find the feel and the sound satisfying, genuine.

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** Mechanical keyboards have returned in popularity these last few years, being made by gaming gear companies such as Razer and Steelseries. The main benefit is that mechanical keyboards are ''indestructible'', nigh-''indestructible'' (each keyswitch has a rated live about ten times that of the membrane contacts in a rubber dome keyboard), able to take the stress and [[RageQuit anger]] any player can throw at it. Others Many advocates claim mechanical keyboards also give better tactile feedback, while others just find the feel and the sound satisfying, genuine.
27th Dec '15 2:03:16 PM nombretomado
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* Used symbolically in ''TheSixMillionDollarMan'' whenever Steve Austin uses his bionics.
* Every time Slim Charles in "TheWire" moves his head we get to hear the click of the beads on his braids. Word of God says the clicks were augmented cos they liked the sound. For a series with a strictly realistic soundtrack (only heard when someone has the stereo on in universe), this was the nearest thing to mood music for the tall man.
* In the days before special sound effects, [[DoctorWho the Doctor]] operated the TARDIS' console with the clicks of switches and the ratcheting of dials.

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* Used symbolically in ''TheSixMillionDollarMan'' ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'' whenever Steve Austin uses his bionics.
* Every time Slim Charles in "TheWire" ''Series/TheWire'' moves his head we get to hear the click of the beads on his braids. Word of God says the clicks were augmented cos they liked the sound. For a series with a strictly realistic soundtrack (only heard when someone has the stereo on in universe), this was the nearest thing to mood music for the tall man.
* In the days before special sound effects, [[DoctorWho [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]] operated the TARDIS' console with the clicks of switches and the ratcheting of dials.
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