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  1. Hello everyone, I have a problem:
    This is a video link I want download: https://animet.net/phim-doraemon-new-tv-series-tap-688-1591.138916.html
    Turn on "Activate breakpoints", I take the link of video on Network tab: https://cdn-20.2phimhay.net/video.mp4?hash=1d7f6960095ee1d35f08ddd833f70938283520a8a31...1ba34c14daf086
    But when I paste it to brower, that link is only appear like this pic.
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    And abyss, when I press play video, it only appear "Upload video".
    Everyone have a solution to this problem?
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  2. Hydrax I think, nearly impossible to get.
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    Originally Posted by kienkzz View Post
    Hello everyone, I have a problem:
    This is a video link I want download: https://animet.net/phim-doraemon-new-tv-series-tap-688-1591.138916.html
    Turn on "Activate breakpoints", I take the link of video on Network tab: https://cdn-20.2phimhay.net/video.mp4?hash=1d7f6960095ee1d35f08ddd833f70938283520a8a31...1ba34c14daf086
    But when I paste it to brower, that link is only appear like this pic.
    Image
    [Attachment 62892 - Click to enlarge]

    And abyss, when I press play video, it only appear "Upload video".
    Everyone have a solution to this problem?
    just install a browser add-on that allows right click,
    once installed, play the video just right click on the video and click save as,
    change the name from video.T6KGSsD3fxl_# to video.mp4 and the video will download & play
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  4. Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    just install a browser add-on that allows right click,
    once installed, play the video just right click on the video and click save as
    You don't even need an add-on for that in FireFox (maybe other browser too). You can change it in the about:config options: Go to about:config and change dom.event.contextmenu.enabled to False and websites can no longer block the Right Click context menu.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    You can change it in the about:config options: Go to about:config and change dom.event.contextmenu.enabled to False and websites can no longer block the Right Click context menu
    nice suggestion
    also @october262, good idea
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  6. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    just install a browser add-on that allows right click,
    once installed, play the video just right click on the video and click save as
    You don't even need an add-on for that in FireFox (maybe other browser too). You can change it in the about:config options: Go to about:config and change dom.event.contextmenu.enabled to False and websites can no longer block the Right Click context menu.
    Dope

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  7. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    just install a browser add-on that allows right click,
    once installed, play the video just right click on the video and click save as
    You don't even need an add-on for that in FireFox (maybe other browser too). You can change it in the about:config options: Go to about:config and change dom.event.contextmenu.enabled to False and websites can no longer block the Right Click context menu.
    Ok, thank you, I downloaded file!
    But abyss.to (hydrax)?
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  8. Hi there, I try to use a screen recorder to get the video and it works. But it will take some time. I'm using RecMaster now. It is a paid software, you can also try some other video recorders such as obs. It is free.Image
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  9. Originally Posted by kienkzz View Post
    But abyss.to (hydrax)?
    I don't know.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    on FF you can change it in the about:config change dom.event.contextmenu.enabled to false and websites can no longer block right click context menu
    only for information, i've checked it on chromium-based browser but it does not have (to this ext were created!)
    we have chrome://about/ with a full list available but no option to enable right click menu.

    need to add (on chrome) an ext like:

    Allow Right-Click https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/allow-right-click/hompjdfbfmmmgflfjdlnkohcplmboaeo

    Enable right click - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/enable-right-click/hhojmcideegachlhfgfdhailpfhgknjm
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