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Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Tony Vella, Jul 3, 2010.

  1. Tony Vella

    Tony Vella Flightless Bird

    http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm

    On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    YouTube File" (shown with red arrow). I have tried everything I can
    think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    supposed to do and how to actually make it do it? Thanks in advance.
    ------
    Tony Vella
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
     
  2. Don Varnau

    Don Varnau Flightless Bird

    Hi,
    The phrase "RipYouTube Video" suggests that you've downloaded software from
    http://www.soundtaxi.us/how-to-rip-youtube-video-with-soundtaxi.html
    which installed this button. The button is an add-on. It's not a feature of
    Internet Explorer. You may not have downloaded everything that you need.
    Please read through that page to see if it sheds light on the issue.

    Don


    "Tony Vella" <ajay.vella@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:06c76cec-6b3d-4558-b0a4-17a28b66c178@j4g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...
    > http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm
    >
    > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow). I have tried everything I can
    > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it? Thanks in advance.
    > ------
    > Tony Vella
    > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
     
  3. Tony Vella

    Tony Vella Flightless Bird

    On Jul 4, 7:45 am, "Don Varnau" <dvar...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > Hi,
    > The phrase "RipYouTube Video" suggests that you've downloaded software fromhttp://www.soundtaxi.us/how-to-rip-youtube-video-with-soundtaxi.html
    > which installed this button. The button is an add-on. It's not a feature of
    > Internet Explorer. You may not have downloaded everything that you need.
    > Please read through that page to see if it sheds light on the issue.
    >
    > Don
    >
    > "Tony Vella" <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:06c76cec-6b3d-4558-b0a4-17a28b66c178@j4g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...
    >
    >
    >
    > >http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm

    >
    > > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow).  I have tried everything I can
    > > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it?  Thanks in advance.
    > > ------
    > > Tony Vella
    > > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Hello Don.
    Thank you very much for your reply. It now seems that my problem is
    slightly more complicated than I originally thought. I have been
    through my "all programs" and my control panel "programs and features"
    and there is absolutely no mention of anything even remotely
    resembling "sound-taxi". I visited their site through your link and
    the software and page and graphics, whatever, do not even ring a vague
    bell. So I'm wondering if there is something neferious here. Thanks
    again.
     
  4. Don Varnau

    Don Varnau Flightless Bird


    > "Tony Vella" <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:06c76cec-6b3d-4558-b0a4-17a28b66c178@j4g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...
    >
    > >http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm

    >
    > > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow). I have tried everything I can
    > > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it? Thanks in advance.
    > > ----
    > > Tony Vella
    > > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.-


    On Jul 4, 7:45 am, "Don Varnau" <dvar...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > Hi,
    > The phrase "RipYouTube Video" suggests that you've downloaded software

    from http://www.soundtaxi.us/how-to-rip-youtube-video-with-soundtaxi.html
    > which installed this button. The button is an add-on. It's not a feature

    of
    > Internet Explorer. You may not have downloaded everything that you need.
    > Please read through that page to see if it sheds light on the issue.
    >
    > Don


    "Tony Vella" <ajay.vella@gmail.com> wrote
    Hello Don.
    Thank you very much for your reply. It now seems that my problem is
    slightly more complicated than I originally thought. I have been
    through my "all programs" and my control panel "programs and features"
    and there is absolutely no mention of anything even remotely
    resembling "sound-taxi". I visited their site through your link and
    the software and page and graphics, whatever, do not even ring a vague
    bell. So I'm wondering if there is something neferious here. Thanks
    again.

    Hi,
    From IE> Tools> Manage add-ons, disable, one at a time, any add-on which may
    have added this button. It may be just one feature of a toolbar which adds
    several features. Determining its origin will let you do a better web search
    for possible solutions.

    Which version of Windows? Has the computer *always* been protected by an
    up-to-date antivirus program or security suite?

    Don
     
  5. PA Bear, MS MVP

    PA Bear, MS MVP Flightless Bird

    Have you purchased Sound Taxi?

    http://www.soundtaxi.us/support.html

    On Jul 3, 12:10 pm, Tony Vella <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm
    >
    > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow).  I have tried everything I can
    > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it?  Thanks in advance.
    > ------
    > Tony Vella
    > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
     
  6. Tony Vella

    Tony Vella Flightless Bird

    On Jul 5, 8:03 am, "Don Varnau" <dvar...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > > "Tony Vella" <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:06c76cec-6b3d-4558-b0a4-17a28b66c178@j4g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...

    >
    > > >http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm

    >
    > > > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > > > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow). I have tried everything I can
    > > > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > > > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > > > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it? Thanks in advance.
    > > > ----
    > > > Tony Vella
    > > > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.-

    >
    > On Jul 4, 7:45 am, "Don Varnau" <dvar...@yahoo.com> wrote:> Hi,
    > > The phrase "RipYouTube Video" suggests that you've downloaded software

    >
    > fromhttp://www.soundtaxi.us/how-to-rip-youtube-video-with-soundtaxi.html
    >
    > > which installed this button. The button is an add-on. It's not a feature

    > of
    > > Internet Explorer. You may not have downloaded everything that you need..
    > > Please read through that page to see if it sheds light on the issue.

    >
    > > Don

    >
    > "Tony Vella" <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote
    > Hello Don.
    > Thank you very much for your reply. It now seems that my problem is
    > slightly more complicated than I originally thought.  I have been
    > through my "all programs" and my control panel "programs and features"
    > and there is absolutely no mention of anything even remotely
    > resembling "sound-taxi".  I visited their site through your link and
    > the software and page and graphics, whatever, do not even ring a vague
    > bell.  So I'm wondering if there is something neferious here.  Thanks
    > again.
    >
    > Hi,
    > From IE> Tools> Manage add-ons, disable, one at a time, any add-on which may
    > have added this button. It may be just one feature of a toolbar which adds
    > several features. Determining its origin will let you do a better web search
    > for possible solutions.
    >
    > Which version of Windows? Has the computer *always* been protected by an
    > up-to-date antivirus program or security suite?
    >
    > Don


    Hi Don.
    I should have mentioned earlier, I am using Vista Home Premium.
    I did as you suggested and actually found a rip YouTube addon (control
    name is not available). I disabled it and the small icon is gone. My
    computer has always been on a anti-virus program which automatically
    checks for updates - and installs if it finds any - at 2 am every
    night. About a year ago we had an argument at the local university
    about whether a certain soprano had ever recorded a certain opera
    aria. That evening I visited YouTube and found a recording. That was/
    is the only time I ever visited YouTube and I must have done something
    obviously wrong. It is expected, I suppose, from old geezers like
    me. Thanks again, Don.
     
  7. Tony Vella

    Tony Vella Flightless Bird

    On Jul 5, 12:37 pm, "PA Bear, MS MVP" <pabear...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Have you purchased Sound Taxi?
    >
    > http://www.soundtaxi.us/support.html
    >
    > On Jul 3, 12:10 pm, Tony Vella <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > >http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm

    >
    > > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow).  I have tried everything I can
    > > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it?  Thanks in advance.
    > > ------
    > > Tony Vella
    > > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    I had never even heard of Sound Taxi until Don mentioned it in his
    post.
     
  8. Don Varnau

    Don Varnau Flightless Bird


    > > "Tony Vella" <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

    >
    > >news:06c76cec-6b3d-4558-b0a4-17a28b66c178@j4g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...

    >
    > > >http://cjoint.com/data/hdshb21aTJ.htm

    >
    > > > On the top of my IE8 I have a set of icon one of which says "Rip
    > > > YouTube File" (shown with red arrow). I have tried everything I can
    > > > think of while playing youtube files and absolutely nothing happens.
    > > > Can someone please explain to me what if anything this command is
    > > > supposed to do and how to actually make it do it? Thanks in advance.
    > > > ----
    > > > Tony Vella
    > > > Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.-


    > On Jul 4, 7:45 am, "Don Varnau" <dvar...@yahoo.com> wrote:> Hi,
    > > The phrase "RipYouTube Video" suggests that you've downloaded software

    >
    > fromhttp://www.soundtaxi.us/how-to-rip-youtube-video-with-soundtaxi.html
    >
    > > which installed this button. The button is an add-on. It's not a feature

    > of
    > > Internet Explorer. You may not have downloaded everything that you need.
    > > Please read through that page to see if it sheds light on the issue.

    >
    > > Don


    > "Tony Vella" <ajay.ve...@gmail.com> wrote
    > Hello Don.
    > Thank you very much for your reply. It now seems that my problem is
    > slightly more complicated than I originally thought. I have been
    > through my "all programs" and my control panel "programs and features"
    > and there is absolutely no mention of anything even remotely
    > resembling "sound-taxi". I visited their site through your link and
    > the software and page and graphics, whatever, do not even ring a vague
    > bell. So I'm wondering if there is something neferious here. Thanks
    > again.


    On Jul 5, 8:03 am, "Don Varnau" wrote
    > Hi,
    > From IE> Tools> Manage add-ons, disable, one at a time, any add-on which

    may
    > have added this button. It may be just one feature of a toolbar which adds
    > several features. Determining its origin will let you do a better web

    search
    > for possible solutions.
    >
    > Which version of Windows? Has the computer *always* been protected by an
    > up-to-date antivirus program or security suite?
    >
    > Don


    "Tony Vella" <ajay.vella@gmail.com> wrote in message
    Hi Don.
    I should have mentioned earlier, I am using Vista Home Premium.
    I did as you suggested and actually found a rip YouTube addon (control
    name is not available). I disabled it and the small icon is gone. My
    computer has always been on a anti-virus program which automatically
    checks for updates - and installs if it finds any - at 2 am every
    night. About a year ago we had an argument at the local university
    about whether a certain soprano had ever recorded a certain opera
    aria. That evening I visited YouTube and found a recording. That was/
    is the only time I ever visited YouTube and I must have done something
    obviously wrong. It is expected, I suppose, from old geezers like
    me. Thanks again, Don.

    YW. Glad the button was ID'd and disabled. Should you decide that you do
    want to save youtube videos, a web search should turn up several methods.

    Don
     
  9. Anthony Buckland

    Anthony Buckland Flightless Bird

    "Don Varnau" <dvarnau@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:i0tm3v$gnh$1@news.eternal-september.org...
    >
    > ...
    > Should you decide that you do
    > want to save youtube videos, a web search should turn up several methods.
    > ...


    CamStudio, for example, will record _anything_ from your
    monitor screen, youtube or whatever.
     

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