Utilities Mod

Information preview inside messages, removal of private lock from videos uploaded by friends, and more

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Hey there!

So, this cool little script provides information previews throughout, including messages, and removes the private lock from videos uploaded by friends. Additionally, it enables automatic page reloading if a video remains private despite being shared by a friend. Now you can conveniently view information previews and decide whether to accept friend requests or not.

List of tweaks:

  • Back/Next buttons;
  • Display "Friends ✅" for friends, "👀" for requests, box with uploaded vids count;
  • Info inside friend request: "Joined 6 months ago//No videos";
  • Show ❌ for private videos; lock removed for friends, added green outline;
  • Total pages: "minichou's Videos (37191), Page 4/7439";
  • Auto-reload page if friends but video remains private.

Note: the lock removal is only aesthetic for videos you can already see.

How to Use:

  1. Get Yourself a User Script Manager: First things first, you gotta have one of those user script manager thingies in your browser. Get yourself Tampermonkey, Greasemonkey, or, even better, Violentmonkey and you're good to go.

  2. Install the Script: Once you've got your manager set up, installing the script is a piece of cake. Just click 'install', and you're all set.

  3. How to Use It: Now, when you're on inside your message box, you'll see information previews, including uploads and subscription dates, making it easier to decide on friend requests. You'll also see videos uploaded by friends without the lock, as if they were public.


This script plays nice with most modern browsers that support user scripts. So whether you're rocking Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge, you should be good to go.

Got Feedback?

If you run into any snags or you've got ideas on how to make this script even better, hit up the author over on Sleazy Fork. They're all ears and eager to make this script the best it can be. Here's their profile on CW: Script Author's Profile