not sure I understand. What I’m saying is that the included patch yields the included error.
jit.uldl: bad scheme — only http, https, ftp and file urls are supported
----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 346.3ockR10aBBCEF9Z3WQSulwWhCmIKKK6mwhwToGwZ5GDZYBy3+8QKvT2b ItaNo88smdd6Cbz2CuQ0BZLZI5cjm2QeOOmjUvabuGVPZK3Ds6XXAn0jR.GL 3YfViSmpNH4JBEsE.5xnnRJwPB6TMllMPXgRDYMzQjJVzGLJnzuTPLPopt64 2TBf1MckxFASxAiadoihaURil8IX0RRBm+z7jE4maneLScjLpNHY5pfgmGFi VMZUQLE6Xxx00PgYvMKMLN.kjYqyVLrYQX72svntWoZy9GlkiuHTRhvM.7q0 LBGaMN46aKA2IQkvg9q8W.cOyD1vo7ahkj+MVR+KrzOm0Bhol0hCtOHk5nTV rslFeaHk838AIWuXNS9y+Bci2peM4zpl5honO80.cNBTPaXRhgojWbHaZt3P 6XTJ37iGUDLZkhIMigXdOJCP441540nUWEb+S9eAWtSxEA -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
Don’t get confused by this safari/rss reader feed:// URL thing. It’s really just http under the hood.
As far as I can tell, you would just use http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos?category=Comedy
Then you need to figure out how you’re going to parse the XML, but there are a variety of options for that:
doh!!! so many problems arise when you’re not in administrator mode. I was set on a wild goose chase when I didn’t read the error from ULDL when I used http://