return 4; // chosen by fair dice roll.
// guaranteed to be random.
I know that this is possible to do, because for example YouTube is able to do that in mobile browsers. I don’t know how they do it, but for example if you open this link in a mobile browser and unmute it and allow auto play to continue to next video after it then notice that the next video is unmuted as well.
I guess it might be that they reuse the same player element that was unmuted or something like that.
I think it would be possible to achieve something similar even with multiple player elements by doing something clever.
I think there are ways to do it but I couldn't get it to work. I believe chrome makes exception to this rule for big trusted websites like YouTube
Looks like there's an auth parameter in the upvote GET request, so sounds entirely plausible.
The latter is strange, but generally for me it has worked pretty well, without even needing to rely too much on "not interested". For example, in March I started playing Animal Crossing, and a week later my feed was 50% ACNH content. Then I stopped playing around May, and a few weeks later, I was quickly down to maybe 1 a day and now I'm at 1 a week maybe.
That being said, I like and share videos frequently, so that may be a good signal of what I'm currently interested in to the app.
Cool overall though
Will make Firefox compatibility a priority
How long did this take?
What was the most difficult aspect?
What do you intend to do next?
The hardest part was solving compatibility issues(still a wip) and not overcomplicating things.
Next is a product hunt launch tomorrow
And starting a kindle recycling non profit rekindlereading.org (very early website)
Edit: reloaded without content blockers and it worked! :)
Also, how to move to the next video? I'm on desktop.
It tries to extract the main articles image and shows you a cat if it fails