Reports about bad ads should include the following:

1. Location/Country
2. Device
3. Browser
4. Company/product of ad.
5. A screen shot if possible,
6. Brief description of how the ad is a problem.
7. Page/Pages affected
8. Date and Time of occurrence.

Refer to the instructions for your device on how to take screen shots

Link to Videos with Custom Time Stamps

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  1. MacDuffle

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    I've successfully used youtube custom start time links in threads previous, but these days I'm seeing a lot of youtube-provided time stamp links not working. There's probably a method out there Internet People use, or I missed a site update or something

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    On the youtube video right click and 'copy video url at current time'. Sometimes you have to view the video directly on youtube and the stamp doesn't work.
     
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    For some reason youtube on android doesn't even do time stamp links so i used microsoft edge youtube (on xbox 1) and those time stamp links are jacked too

    I have a feeling i need a laptop to get the right link
     
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    UVee Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator The King in the North

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    I'm not sure then. Is there a way to 'right click' on a youtube video on your Xbox?

    The only other way is to manually add the timestamp in like so

    Code:
    [MEDIA=youtube]id=z2FHKVzGhgA;t=676[/MEDIA]
    id= at the start and ;t=number of seconds in on the end.
     
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