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LithiumLi

YouTube Age Bypass

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LithiumLi

I finally get to share my simple script with everyone here on Autoit.

This is not much but it was a start for me :)

All you do is go to youtube find a video 18+ and enter the link in here no need for registration.

$Link = InputBox("YouTube Age Bypass." , "Bypass YouTube Age Checker." , "" , "" , 250 , 30)

If Not $Link = "" Then
    $ChopLink = StringReplace($Link , "youtube.com/watch?v=" , "youtube.com/watch/v/")
    ShellExecute($ChopLink)
EndIf
Edited by LithiumLi

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madflame991
gseller

Use ShellExecute('http://blabla.com') instead of _IECreate()... it opens the site with the default browser, not IE

@ madflame991 - That is a good lil tidbit of info.. I didn't think of using that.. Thanks

@ LithiumLi - Nice start, I don't use the 18+ area as a Christian but can still learn from you script. Thank You for sharing...

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LithiumLi

Use ShellExecute('http://blabla.com') instead of _IECreate()... it opens the site with the default browser, not IE

I wanted to use the
Run
command instead of IE functions but had problems ill take a look at shellexecute Thanks.

@ madflame991 - That is a good lil tidbit of info.. I didn't think of using that.. Thanks

@ LithiumLi - Nice start, I don't use the 18+ area as a Christian but can still learn from you script. Thank You for sharing...

lol Thanks but I didn't make this script to watch adult content but there are some people who flag videos as 18+ because of language or violence and do that so the video doesn't get banned. Edited by LithiumLi

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gseller

Oh, I apologize.. I am not judging.. Just commending the code.. :)

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Thamiel

Just a bit of a tweak gets you

$Link = InputBox('YouTube Age Bypass.' , 'Bypass YouTube Age Checker.' , ClipGet() , ' M' , 250 , 30)

If StringInStr($Link, 'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=') <> 0 Then
    $FixedLink = StringReplace($Link, 'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=', 'http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/')
    Else
    $FixedLink = 'http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/' & StringRight($Link, 11) 
EndIf

ShellExecute($FixedLink)

Of course for most it seems no matter what the link after you've clicked it ends up being, when right click and choose to copy link it is always in the format 'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v='

Edited by Thamiel

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