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misko_2083

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youtube-dl wrapper
« on: August 28, 2016, 06:40:55 PM »
This is a youtube-dl wrapper; supports videos and lists from YouTube.
https://gitlab.com/misko_2083/yt-get/tags/v0.1.2

- detects if a url is a YT video or a list
- has options to select a custom download format
- can select videos from a list
- multiple GUI modes for single or multiple urls
- can download to mp3





Custom Format selection:

Selecting individual videos from a list:

Multiple download of videos and/or lists:


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Re: youtube-dl wrapper
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2017, 10:21:45 AM »
hey Misko why not post your colour chooser yad script here?
the one you posted on bunsen labs, I am using it and it works great.  :)

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Re: youtube-dl wrapper
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2017, 01:37:03 PM »
Nice one, working as advertised.

On suggestion though. For this and future yad scripts add the "--class" flag. That will give your scripts a unique identifier so that per app settings can be applied in fluxbox, openbox, and any other window manager that supports it.

The default is for the name to be "yad" and the class to be "Yad", so any per app settings apply to all scripts.
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Re: youtube-dl wrapper
« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2017, 07:12:19 PM »
It is hands-down the best youtube-dl GUI for Linux systems!
Cheers Misko  8)
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misko_2083

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Re: youtube-dl wrapper
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2017, 11:28:30 AM »
hey Misko why not post your colour chooser yad script here?
the one you posted on bunsen labs, I am using it and it works great.  :)
Will do. Once I find it. :))
Nice one, working as advertised.
One suggestion though. For this and future yad scripts add the "--class" flag. That will give your scripts a unique identifier so that per app settings can be applied in fluxbox, openbox, and any other window manager that supports it.
The default is for the name to be "yad" and the class to be "Yad", so any per app settings apply to all scripts.
Great to see it works. :)
That's interesting. Will add --class to scripts in the future.
Code: [Select]
yad --class "Youtube..."
Cheers Misko  8)
Cheers hakerdefo  8)