Distraction-free note-taking on Youtube videos. Includes file export and automatic timestamps.
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I wanted to be able to take notes on a Youtube video without having to tab out of the window to a text editor all of the time. After seeing Josh Avanier's Down and Hundred Rabbit's Left, I realized I didn't need to do anything fancy, and in fact I preferred the minimalist layout that vanilla JS can provide.

This saves the text you write for a given Youtube video into local storage and will load it up again upon returning to the same video. Supports exporting to a text file with ctrl + s and adding automatic timestamps with ctrl + e.

Borrowed/stole heavily from Skeleton CSS and Josh Avanier's Down for code, stylesheets, and ideas.