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Not sure if i’m missing something, but I don’t see a link in the video to download anything?

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Asked on April 27, 2017 9:19 am
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In many of our videos we provide a clickable link directly embedded in the video. The link is presented using what YouTube calls an “Annotation”. They are being discontinued. There are a couple of reasons why you might not see link when it is presented:

If you are watching the video until the link is presented. It should appear in a white rectangle in the upper left corner. If you see the white rectangle but no link appears, be sure you are using a desktop computer to view the video. The link does not work on mobile devices. And if you are viewing on a desktop computer and still don’t see the link, then your browser settings are preventing the annotation from displaying. Try using another browser or reset your browser settings.

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Answered on April 27, 2017 9:23 am
Hello Pete, Great work and many kudos to you. Here is the lastest problem with downloading stradegies from your you tube videos. I can get the links as seen in my browser but when I click the download I get a video file instead of a text file. Very strange could you post the complete text of the Strat_PivotRev_SlowDRevStrategy to my mail. Pete.JoeTOS@gmail.com.
( at February 28, 2020 9:26 am)
This is the single most frequent request on the entire website. At some point we will have plastered this in every square inch of the site so that no one will ever have to struggle to find it. From the Help menu at the top of the site, access the menu item: Frequently Asked Questions. When that page opens enter the term "download" in the search box and press enter. Several posts down you will find one named "How to download and import STUDY.ts files into Thinkorswim". The main problem is folks trying to open these files. You cannot open them. You must save them to your hard drive and import them into Thinkorswim. Here is a direct link to the FAQ I just referenced: https://www.hahn-tech.com/ans/how-to-download-and-import-study-ts-files-into-thinkorswim/
( at February 28, 2020 11:33 am)