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@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ Web App to allow for YouTube subscription management without a Google account.
Note that this is titled "legacy" for a reason. It is generally very old, and
very ugly. I wrote it when I barely know any PHP or any Perl. It served me well
for several years, but I'm not proud of it and it is not easy to maintain due to
it having no real documentation and no real abstraction (the WebUI is a single
it having no real documentation and no real structure (the WebUI is a single
PHP file).
I'm slowly working on implementation a new version written entirely in pure,
@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ recommend it.
## Synopsis
This is a web application which is capable of managaging YouTube subscriptions
This is a web application which is capable of managing YouTube subscriptions
without needing a Google account. On top of that, it provides a few other nice
@ -80,7 +80,6 @@ similar to the following to that `server` block:
Change the following:
* `/ytyt-legacy` - the path you would like the application to be
* `/var/lib/ytyt-legacy` - the location where you cloned the
* `unix:/var/run/php/php7.4-fpm.sock` - the location of the FPM socket (if not
already configured elsewhere), noting that your version number might differ.
@ -169,7 +168,7 @@ each time the page refreshes. ie. If you are viewing a category, then mark a
video as played, you will be returned to the full list again and will need to
re-select the category.
The next biggest issue is that the is no support for muliple accesses to the
The next biggest issue is that there is no support for multiple accesses to the
SQLite3 database at the same time, so if a refresh is currently running, it is
likely that the page will fail to load.