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The simplest way? Right click twice in the video. If you right click the video you'll be greeted with a list of options for the HTML5 player, seen below: However, should you right click once again, you will see a second menu. Within this menu is a toggle for "Loop" which prompts the video to autoloop once it has finished playing. This was tested on ...
On upload go to advanced features and distribution options uncheck the box that says notify subscribers.
https://plus.google.com/settings Have you tried expanding the "posts", and uncheck those? That seems to do it for me.
I went around and around with this, and finally--after many discussions with Google experts--finally got an actual Google staff person, who said you cannot stop these inane and intrusive red notifications; it took the staffer a very long time, meaning many backs and forths, to stop trying to tell me: WHY I was getting them, why I should get them, why I ...
Using Ublock, I am able to get this feature... to an extent. Download UBlock origin for Firefox or Chrome. After that is done you can right click on any item on a webpage and block it. Right click the youtube bar you want to block, click "block element" from the drop down menu. This will then expand a window on the bottom right of the screen. If you click ...
Try Chrome extension: Stylebot You can install CSS styling from lots of other users who have submitted the styling or you can just make your own. To remove video content. You just need to use selector tool to select video element and mark height = 0. Good thing with this extension that you can use it to style any website to remove distractions. Whenever ...
These others have somehow slipped through YouTube's checking. What you are looking to do is not only against YouTube's terms of service but illegal. I would suggest that you do not do this.
Keyboard shortcut Function ------------------------------------------------ Shift+N Next video Shift+P Previous video Jumps to the next or previous video in a playlist. On a single video, Shift+N will play the next suggested video.
As @wil93 pointed out, now anyone can create online and contribute his own subtitles to some videos. You could ask the owner to activate that option of community contribution for that video, some videos or all of his videos at once as explained here. Then anyone could create the subtitles oneline, with youtube tools, in the language they chose. Or upload a ...
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