Forward Google Search to youtube with one click

I'm not sure if I'm in the right place to ask the question, and I apologize for my bad English.

At the time, Google had this thing called Black Bar, some liked it, some did not like it, some did not like it, and now there's nothing that leads directly from a Google search to a YouTube search without copying and copying to type youtube.com into the URL and paste again.

It's not that difficult, but if you have to do it several times, it's long and the workflow can be stupid and unproductive. Some search engines like duckduckgo or qwant have a macro that allows you to repeat the search on other search engines, for example with the command! yt

Video Streaming – Why Can not I Stream the 4K Resolution of YouTube with a Stable 200 Mbps Internet Connection?

After the change of ISPs, the 4K resolution of YouTube (and higher) has been steadily buffering, even though Google's recommended Internet speed (20 Mbps) has been exceeded for 10x video streaming. I now have a 200Mbps plan, in the past I've seen 4K on YouTube with a 100Mbps connection. The same PC setup except the router. I have benchmarking and can download about 25 megabytes per second (200/8 = 25, see data rate units).

In "Statistics for Nerds" (right mouse click on Video) "Network activity" seems to decrease to about 200 KB and "buffer state" to fall to ~ 0 s.

Here are debug information that will be copied when playback pauses, if relevant:

{
"ns": "yt",
"el": "detail page",
"cpn": "zaFsVKxW_95dB5HQ",
"docid": "Zz82SNc__uI",
"ver": 2,
"Referrer": "https://www.youtube.com/results?sp=EgJwAQ%253D%253D&search_query=cs%3Ago+danger+zone",
"cmt": "4,275",
"plid": "AAV8f2L9O27dAg6V",
"ei": "Ro8LXNOUNsXHyAWl-ISYDg",
"fmt": "315",
"fs": "0",
"rt": "8.787",
"of": "ob1H7IDz41rRCQ3bd7XoBA",
"euri": "",
"Lactose": 3,
"cl": "224297709"
"mos": 1,
"state": "9",
"vm": "CAEQARgE",
"Volume": 100,
"c": "WEB",
"cver": "2.20181206"
"cplayer": "UNIPLAYER",
"cbr": "Firefox",
"cbrver": "63,0"
"cos": "Windows",
"cosver": "10,0"
"hl": "en_US",
"cr": "FI",
"len": "381,521"
23410476,23721898,23733014,23735284,23744176,23744361,23744531,23749369,23750564,23751767,23752869,23753586,23755886,23755898,2377555,2376055,237607,237607,237607,237607,23775367,23775367,23775367,23775187,237753624372 23774008 , 23774809,23776058,23777492,23778371,23780455,23780592,23781054,23781384,23782931,9407155,9413141,9441347,9449243,9471235,9471647,9485000
"afmt": "251",
"vct": "4,275",
"vd": "381,521"
"vpl": "0.000-4.275",
"vbu": "0,000-8,008",
"vpa": "0",
"vsk": "0",
"ven": "0",
"vpr": "1",
"vrs": "2",
"vns": "2",
"vec": "null",
"vvol": "1",
"creationTime": 11022,
"totalVideoFrames": 256,
"DropVideoFrames": 0,
"damagedVideoFrames": 0,
"lct": "4,275",
"lsk": wrong,
"lmf": true,
"lbw": "3642584.438",
"lhd": "0,162"
"lst": "0.000",
"laa": itag = 251, type = 3, seg = 0, range = 66462-131997, time = 4.3-8.5, off = 65536, length = 65536,
"lva": "itag = 315, type = 3, seg = 1, range = 15244413-21960083, time = 5.1-7.2, off = 0, len = 6715671",
"lar": "itag = 251, type = 3, seg = 0, range = 66462-131997, time = 4.3-8.5, off = 65536, length = 65536",
"lvr": itag = 315, type = 3, seg = 1, range = 21960084-28675754, time = 7.2-9.2, off = 6715671, len = 6715671 ",
"lvh": "r5 --- sn-5go7yn7s",
"lab": "0.000-8.481",
"lvb": "0.000-8.008",
"ismb": 6850000
"relative_loudness": "NaN",
"optimal_format": "2160p60",
"user_qual": "hd2160",
"debug_videoId": "Zz82SNc__uI",
"0sz": wrong,
"op": "" ",
"yof": wrong,
"dis": "" ",
"gpu": "ANGLE_ (NVIDIA_GeForce_GTX_780_Ti_Direct3D11_vs_5_0_ps_5_0)",
"cgr": true,
"debug_playbackQuality": "hd2160",
"debug_date": "Sat Dec 08 2018 11:30:57 GMT + 0200 (Eastern European Standard Time)"
}

YouTube is not updated!

I am trying to update the YouTube app. Whenever the update is downloaded and "Update App" is displayed. It takes a long time and after some time an error is displayed "Unknown error 501" enter something. I searched for many solutions on Google. I tried all sorts of solutions but did not work. Can anyone help?

How do users find my YouTube videos low visibility?

Please note: This is not the question "How do I get more views on YouTube?" Or similar. This is really just for my own curiosity.

I have a YouTube channel with videos that I've made for a class I teach. The videos are public on YouTube. They deal with topics that many, many others have already dealt with, so I only expected people with a direct link to find them.

In most cases this is true – most videos have very few views (under 100), and most views were taken during class time. I'm confused about how some of my videos get views again and again, even though lessons are long over. These are usually about 2 per week. I should mention that the geographic report presents these views far beyond my native country. So if viewers do not use proxies, I'm sure they're not my students. I'm glad people use the videos, but:

  1. The videos are so common that a fugitive YouTube search reveals hundreds of videos, many with thousands of views
  2. When I search for the exact video title I can not find her

So I'm just curious how I appear every week in the search results of some people. It's a bit of fun to see the views again and again.

greasemonkey – Youtube – Show right-click context menu

The idea: Youtube video by dragging and dropping with right button on the video player search (eg 1 second for each 2% of the screen width). So if I press the right mouse button on a 1920 x 1080 screen, drag it 384px (20%) to the left, and then let go, the video should be rewound 10 seconds.

I have a GreaseMonkey script that does pretty much what I want, but the context menu still pops up when I let go of the button. This is not the default context menu, but the custom context menu of Youtube, which is probably tied to the mouseup event somewhere. I would like to get rid of this menu and prevent the opening of the standard context menu.

Is there a way to change default actions for mouse events? I want to keep all other actions (left-click, keyboard actions, etc.). I have not found a way to remove event handlers for a specific event for a specific event.

if (window.top === window.self) {
// YT video can not be manipulated in the area where GM is running
// so we insert