Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetInternetYouTube · 9 years ago

where can i find this video?

Amanda Seyfried(Joni Stafford) and Justin Bruening(Jamie Martin) kissing on all my children?

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  • 9 years ago
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    There are 3 different things you can do to try and find a

    video which you've previously watched -- assuming that

    you haven't emptied out your cache. Not only that, you

    can have those results appear either: 1) in alphabetical

    order, 2) chronological order, or 3) as photo thumbnails:

    -- ALPHABETICALLY (tons of results) --

    highlight the URL address bar on top, then simply type

    in the word "youtube''. From those results, you will see:

    -- every YouTube address you typed

    -- every YouTube channel you visited

    -- every YouTube video you watched

    but it will be ugly YouTube code like "v=Ab1Cd2eF3Gh".

    -- CHRONOLOGICALLY (many results) --

    simply click on your internet browser's ''History" button

    or tap "CTRL" and the letter "H" on your keyboard, and

    you will get a daily list of every website which you have

    visited. Every YouTube video will be mixed in with all of

    the different websites, but it'll actually be easier for you

    to locate that particular video -- because everything will

    be displayed in ''plain" English. And because each and

    every YouTube video is in fact its own website, you will

    also be able to see the full title of each video.

    -- PHOTO THUMBNAILS (few results) --

    when you're "signed-in" on YouTube, the top right of all

    YouTube pages display your "username'' in a rectangle.

    Click on that, and then "Favorites". On the left side will

    be "History", (3 lines below the grayed "Favorites" line).

    If you click that, you'll see thumbs of videos that you've

    viewed while signed-in -- but only the more recent ones

    (although many videos could date back to months ago).

    The reason for that is because everytime you open/exit

    YouTube, your history is ''semi-cleared'' and starts over.

    It's worth a try, because the vid you're looking for might

    be a "Related Video" of something you've already seen.

    Believe it or not, you can even see that ''viewing history"

    from right here within Yahoo! Answers. Simply click on

    my link below, and it take you to "YOUR" VERY OWN

    history. (YouTube may first ask you to ''sign in" to your

    account with your username/password):

    I hope that my multiple answer is a little helpful for you.

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