cant recover deleted youtube videos.
hi all. ive downloaded Mozilla firefox in order to recover deleted youtube videos. alas Im unable to understand exactly whats going
on here. I get these add-ons but don't know what to do with them. ive watched the tutorials on youtube but when I open my own
youtube, there are not any tabs to talk about. e.g. I cant see my recordings tab or my videos. I live in Ireland and my firefox is 41.0.
any help will be greatly appreciated. .cheers kevin.
Are you talking about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ddvs-RC-S0I
You should be able to log into your YouTube account/Google account using Firefox. What happens when you do? Does YouTube ignore your login information, or does it require you to log in repeatedly?
hi jschin.....thanks for reply. on the tutorials, a menu bar is available . its not
in Mozilla. and add-ons are downloaded but I cant see them afterwards
I think the tutorials are from a different time . I did get some improvement
when I went directly into youtube. I managed to bring up the graph for the
past few years of browsing but could only upload webcam vids I did before
- didn't see any deleted vids. I went through the analytics effort to get to
that stage. im frustrated and confused by all this.. I hope you can help some more ...cheers kevin.. the annotations said there were no annotations on the webcam vid...
hi jscher. its kevin again. the message I sent looks a bit funny from my side. will check from this side now..
hi jscher. ill send the message again. its just that I uploaded a few webcam vids on youtube but couldn't get deleted vids. I got to the years graph stage but that was it. cant understand how Mozilla enters the scene. there is no menu bar in my Mozilla when I bring up youtube in Mozilla. when I entered recover deleted youtube vids, it just showed a youtube page with tutorials outlining how to recover vids. so I need help on this one please.. cheers kevin..
If an add-on creates its own toolbar, you can try turning it on from the toolbar list. Either:
- right-click a blank spot on the tab bar (or the "+" button)
- tap the Alt key to activate the classic menu bar > View > Toolbars
- in Customize mode > Show/Hide Toolbars (see: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars)
If the toolbar isn't listed there, perhaps the extension needs to be updated?