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Adds a progress bars (or dots) at bottom of video, a progress text which includes video quality and subtitle indicators, and a chapter title box on the YouTube video page.
< 脚本Add YouTube Video Progress的反馈
50fps 60fps support?
Is it possible to add 50fps 60fps support?
What do you mean? The progress bar works fine on 50/60 fps videos.
Sorry. The tooltip has video quality and short descriptions. Can 50/60fps information be added to this section?
I've just updated the script to add 50/60 fps and HDR support. Please check it.
It looks like this in all videos.
Oh, sorry about that. Script has been updated for that bug fix.
Thanks for update.
If I open a channel with a video on its homepage in a new tab and watch a video from there it looks like this.
That's not possible. The progress text is not applicable for video on the channel/user home tab.
When I open a channel from the Youtube home page in a new tab, it looks like this if there is a video in the home page tab of this channel and if I open a video from this section or the videos tab. But if there is no video on the channel's/user's home tab, it's okay. Everything is working properly.
https://www.youtube.com/user/AnatolianRockRevival > not working
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH8BZoCZAvmn2As7pviw0Zw > working
The script does not add progress text for video on user/channel page. It'll only add the progress bar.
And the channel page below doesn't even present a video player.
Ah, I saw the problem now. The script has been updated to fix it.
At first, I couldn't understand what you're trying to explain. While the video has helped pinpointing the problem, a step-by-step procedures on reproducing the problem (without missing any context) is enough.
Anyway, thank you for your extra effort on explaining the problem.
Sorry, but I haven't seen a change after the update. :(
I've already tested with both Chrome and Firefox using the method as shown in your video.
So, unless I can reproduce and see the actual problem, I won't be able to know what went wrong, much less came up with a solution.