https://youtu.be/is8GEEwJSVM?t=9m0s, it starts from 9 min as it should. But if you skip the seconds here, like
https://youtu.be/is8GEEwJSVM?t=9m, it starts from the 0 mins 9 sec point instead. If you follow the latter link in the browser, it starts ok (from the 9 mins point).
Xis a number. The embedded player only accepts the first kind so we need to do some arithmetic to convert the other two. Adding more timestamp formats increases the template's complexity, that's why it only covers real-world usage rather than any theoretical input. Do you know how that link was generated?
Yes. F.e. open Youtube video page in browser (paused), set the time slider at 9.00 mins, then click "Share" below and check the "Start at:" checkbox in the window opened. The link generated will get
t=9mparameter (without seconds).
thanksf or the reply and just noticed was wasnt posting the correct link on my forum and for raptr its a shame if it dos
Thanks a lot. That works like a charm.JoshyPHP wrote: ↑Sun Oct 29, 2017 7:19 pmThe extension depends on the s9e\TextFormatter library that's bundled with phpBB and the version that's currently bundled isn't up to date with Vidme's current website.
Until it gets updated you can post Vidme's videos manually like this: