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I've also asked about this our Community Manager (quite some time ago) and, if I remember correctly, we simply need to ask for it like we did to enable MathJax. We currently don't have all too many posts linking to YouTube videosposts linking to YouTube videos, but reading some, it would certainly make them easier to follow if readers didn't have to open a new tab / page in their browsers. So yes, I'm in it. And with your support, I'll be on it as well. ;)

I've also asked about this our Community Manager (quite some time ago) and, if I remember correctly, we simply need to ask for it like we did to enable MathJax. We currently don't have all too many posts linking to YouTube videos, but reading some, it would certainly make them easier to follow if readers didn't have to open a new tab / page in their browsers. So yes, I'm in it. And with your support, I'll be on it as well. ;)

I've also asked about this our Community Manager (quite some time ago) and, if I remember correctly, we simply need to ask for it like we did to enable MathJax. We currently don't have all too many posts linking to YouTube videos, but reading some, it would certainly make them easier to follow if readers didn't have to open a new tab / page in their browsers. So yes, I'm in it. And with your support, I'll be on it as well. ;)

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Together with @AJ Henderson@AJ Henderson, moderator on Video Production, we've also tested this parser's ability to display YouTube videos and start playing at specified position. Sadly, this doesn't work via a # URL hook as YouTube gives addresses to videos when you click on its Copy video URL at current time link, but simply replacing the # hook with & to add a new parameter to the URL does work. Here's a working examplea working example of that.

Together with @AJ Henderson, moderator on Video Production, we've also tested this parser's ability to display YouTube videos and start playing at specified position. Sadly, this doesn't work via a # URL hook as YouTube gives addresses to videos when you click on its Copy video URL at current time link, but simply replacing the # hook with & to add a new parameter to the URL does work. Here's a working example of that.

Together with @AJ Henderson, moderator on Video Production, we've also tested this parser's ability to display YouTube videos and start playing at specified position. Sadly, this doesn't work via a # URL hook as YouTube gives addresses to videos when you click on its Copy video URL at current time link, but simply replacing the # hook with & to add a new parameter to the URL does work. Here's a working example of that.

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I've also asked about this our Community Manager (quite some time ago) and, if I remember correctly, we simply need to ask for it like we did to enable MathJaxenable MathJax. We currently don't have all too many posts linking to YouTube videos, but reading some, it would certainly make them easier to follow if readers didn't have to open a new tab / page in their browsers. So yes, I'm in it. And with your support, I'll be on it as well. ;)

I've also asked about this our Community Manager (quite some time ago) and, if I remember correctly, we simply need to ask for it like we did to enable MathJax. We currently don't have all too many posts linking to YouTube videos, but reading some, it would certainly make them easier to follow if readers didn't have to open a new tab / page in their browsers. So yes, I'm in it. And with your support, I'll be on it as well. ;)

I've also asked about this our Community Manager (quite some time ago) and, if I remember correctly, we simply need to ask for it like we did to enable MathJax. We currently don't have all too many posts linking to YouTube videos, but reading some, it would certainly make them easier to follow if readers didn't have to open a new tab / page in their browsers. So yes, I'm in it. And with your support, I'll be on it as well. ;)

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