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This used to display ratings bar on YouTube thumbnails, but Google has blocked how it gets its data. I'm disabling it for now in case people still have it running.
< Feedback on Youtube Video Ratings Bar with Power Meter (DISABLED)
Great, but the powerbar is a little problematicHi!This is a cools script. The powerbar is a good idea, but it significantly impairs judging the like/dislike ratio, because it's in the same line.I'd rather prefer it in a different line by default, similarly to how it appears when I hover. I also can't see why they couldn't be 1-3 pixels in height.In my opinion something to suggest the number of views (or ratings) might have some merit. Because all three bars are rather irrelevant when it's really low.PS:Is hates bar a removed feature? I see it referenced in the CSS script
hatesBar is just the internal name for this dashed segment of the blue line:1-3 pixel thickness is available via the UserStyle.The script takes into account whenever view counts are low. For example, if you have a video with ten views and ten likes, it's not going to put a full Power Meter on it. As a video gets more views the algorithm adjusts itself.Split lines is probably something I can add via the UserScript. But really, the like/dislikes ratios don't tell you much by themselves, and they are often manipulated by trolls. That's what the Power Meter is all about, actually. It's like a troll-proof replacement for the green bar.
Cool. Lower than four pixels wasn't available for the style when I made my post.I just found the section about the hatesbar. It just made me realize that the powerbar overlaps the likes bar. Until now I thought that the green and red bars are compressed to the right. It further confirms my belief that powerbar would be better off in a separate line.
Unless you see stripes on the bar, like in the pic above, then just think of it as being green.The problem with the green/red bar is that it is susceptible to tampering. The Power Meter detects and corrects this fairly common issue. For example, say there's a video about a sensitive topic such as politics, and a bunch of Redditors rally together to downvote it. The red/green bar for that video is only going to show you what they did, giving you a false impression of the actual quality of the content. The Power Meter algorithm knows about this and it cancels them out.
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