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PostPosted: Sat Sep 14, 2019 5:32 pm 
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One trick I recently learned - if you're posting a link to a YouTube video, instead of typing, say "go to 10:25", you can advance the video to the point you want to reference, hit pause, put your cursor on the video then right-click. It will ask if you want to save the video at a specific time.

Click on that and copy the URL it gives you. When you post the link, anyone clicking on the YouTube link will go straight to the moment in the video you're referencing.

I'm guessing this can be done on other video sharing sites, but don't know...

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 7:26 am 
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Brad wrote:
One trick I recently learned - if you're posting a link to a YouTube video, instead of typing, say "go to 10:25", you can advance the video to the point you want to reference, hit pause, put your cursor on the video then right-click. It will ask if you want to save the video at a specific time.

Click on that and copy the URL it gives you. When you post the link, anyone clicking on the YouTube link will go straight to the moment in the video you're referencing.

I'm guessing this can be done on other video sharing sites, but don't know...


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DaveTheRave wrote:
Brad wrote:
One trick I recently learned - if you're posting a link to a YouTube video, instead of typing, say "go to 10:25", you can advance the video to the point you want to reference, hit pause, put your cursor on the video then right-click. It will ask if you want to save the video at a specific time.

Click on that and copy the URL it gives you. When you post the link, anyone clicking on the YouTube link will go straight to the moment in the video you're referencing.

I'm guessing this can be done on other video sharing sites, but don't know...


Learn something new every day!

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Now all we need to do is educate the people who post full length movies expecting us to watch two hours of crap for the sake of a 10 second CFNM scene. :roll:

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I add "?t=####" at the end.

Replace the pound signs with the time in seconds, e.g. "start at 10:25" would be "?t=625". Remember that 60 seconds is a minute and 3600 seconds is an hour.

If there's already a question mark in the URL, use "&t=####" but remember there can only be one t variable.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 08, 2020 10:50 am 
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nakedswimmer wrote:
I add "?t=####" at the end.

Replace the pound signs with the time in seconds, e.g. "start at 10:25" would be "?t=625". Remember that 60 seconds is a minute and 3600 seconds is an hour.

If there's already a question mark in the URL, use "&t=####" but remember there can only be one t variable.


Excellent! Thanks for the info.

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