The best script that I ever had and it should be an add on, not just script.
It has everything but one thing and I think that it should be in it, and that's a volume control on mouse wheel, like in Magic actions.
Keep it up with good work.
I recently had to re-install Windows 7-64b, thus had to re-install all my scripts and extentsions in Chrome. This script worked great before, but now for some odd reason it keeps hiding the, "Recommended Channels" and "What to Watch", sections without there being a switch to hide/un-hide them. The problem here is the top portion of the pages the videos are partially hidden under a ribbon menu spacer and can't be clicked on. Even when on it's own settings page the top half is hidden under a ribbon. When I disable the script everything that was hidden comes back. So there is something amiss with the script. Chrome Version 32.0.1700.76 m, on Windows 7-64b
Only thing is the download doesn't seem to be working
Why does your code links to jsobfuscate.com? Are you hiding something?
I first of all want to five you a thumbs up for making this awesome script to correct Google's "stupid" mistake!
I encountered 2 little leftovers though...
1. The VEVO background is kind of messed up and only shows a gray panel of grayness, you could try stretching it to the sides(I also attempted but failed, it's just a suggestion).
2. Playlist-pages aren't affected(just the foot).
Again; thank you for making this script!
This script is very good everything is working great except for MP3 download I picked the mp3 service from settings but theres no button to click to download the mp3 but overall its a nice script! :)
Hi, I'm your extension's Turkish translator. You've added my name and language to the translation list but, there is no any Turkish word in the script file (even in Source Code page).
don't work in opera
I've just started trying this script for about half an hour.
On two of the videos I've viewed (w/ HTML5), a second playback of the audio for some reason played simultaneously with the actual video's (ie. this would cause the audio to have an extra "echo" when the video loaded, which would continue even if you pause the video). One of these videos also started to have problems loading up, during which this extra audio played. These issues resolved after disabling this addon.
Despite these being rather minor, I've still found it more often than not better to just leave this addon disabled, only enabling it when I actually want to download something or on the occasion I find a music video I would want to loop. Given that I don't do those two very frequently, it doesn't save that much more time over the alternative method of using another website to do those.
Update: Just found out the problem was from using html5. This addon glitches with it.