Add YouTube Video Progress

Add progress bars (or dots) at bottom of YouTube video and progress text on the video page. On the progress text, the current video quality will have a "+" suffix if there's a higher one available. Hovering the mouse cursor onto the video quality text will show the current and available video quality IDs and short description.

These are versions of this script where the code was updated. Show all versions.

  • v1.5.16 - Added support for embedded YouTube. Added separate setting for progress dot size if dot style is enabled.
  • v1.4.14 - Added a setting to show graphical progress as dots instead of bars.
  • v1.3.13 - Added more details to tooltip of current video resolution on video progress text.
  • v1.3.12 - Added support for YouTube's Dark Mode. The progress text style will change automatically when the Dark Mode is toggled on or off.
  • v1.2.11 - Added video buffer progressbar (shown in blue by default; configurable in the script). Added "+" suffix to video quality text on the video page when there's a higher video quality available. Changed video quality text tooltip to include all available video quality IDs. Trimmed progress text.
  • v1.0.9 - Added showing the video title when the video control bar is shown and while in fullscreen mode. This feature can be disabled in the script.
  • v1.0.8 - Bugfix for previous update
  • v1.0.7 - Fix for the new (unstable) YouTube changes. Please adjust the delay setting in the script if needed.
  • v1.0.6 - Fixed progress text not updated in some cases. Made progress bar configurable. Styled the progress text.
  • v1.0.3 - Fixed progress bar and text not showing if video page was loaded as the first page of YouTube. (f##k you, Polymer!)
  • v1.0.2 - Fixed progress bar and text not showing
  • v1.0.1