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A template modification has been added. It enables YouTube's "privacy-enhanced mode" and it is disabled by default as it disables some personalization.
To enable it, go to your admin panel, go to "Template modifications" in the "Appearance" section. You should find it under the "s9e/MediaSites" section.
Read the rest of this update entry...Internet Archive now supports /embed/ URLs.
YouTube now supports canonical URLs for playlists.
Removed Kiss Video and Videomega as both sites have ceased to be.
Media site homepages have been updated to use HTTPS.
The add-on's archive has been created manually to fix an issue in XenForo 2.0.10.
Read the rest of this update entry...This update contains a few changes and improvements. If all goes well, you won't notice any of them.
- Gfycat, Instagram and Twitter have been updated.
- An error message is now displayed if a media site template is missing.
- The lazy loader has been updated to improve its efficiency slightly and reduce jank when loading dynamically-sized iframes such as Twitter's.
- A short CSS transition has been added to resize dynamic iframes more smoothly.
- Several add-on options have been...
Read the rest of this update entry...The lazy loader update should provide a smoother experience when loading up multiple tweets on a page.
It also fixes an issue with Google Chrome's back/forward navigation, which could incorrectly load the same embeds twice or prevent them from being correctly resized.
Please report any regressions or issues related to dynamic content such as tweets and Instagram posts.
Read the rest of this update entry...When visiting the last post of a thread, dynamically-sized embeds (such as tweets) from previous posts will expand upward even if they fully appear on the screen. It will keep the post the user is reading at the same position on the screen and prevent the useful content from moving around as the result of other elements loading.
A bug has been fixed that caused the lazy loader to incorrectly determine which way the page was being scrolled. It didn't really have any impact on the user...
Read the rest of this update entry...This update introduces a new experimental feature: a floating miniplayer. A button has been added to YouTube videos as well as other video players. When clicked, the video is minimized and floats in the bottom-right corner of the page. It allows the user to keep an eye on the video while reading the rest of the page. Closing the miniplayer or clicking on the video's original location returns it to normal.
Read the rest of this update entry...An option (disabled by default) has been added to display Gfycat animations in a native player rather than an iframe. The native player is smaller than the iframe but it is not lazy-loaded and large videos may slow down the page.