The Movie Database Support

When I try to add a movie trailer from youtube to a page I get this in the console:

Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 ()

The same happens when I try to change the website of a tv network.

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Hi @Mr_Democracy,

There was an issues yesterday for ~20 minutes. It was fixed right after you posted this.

Yes, I noticed that the website URL got fixed yesterday, but YouTube links still doesn't work for me.

This is what I see in the console when clicking the "Save"-button:

POST (URL) 500

Unchecked runtime.lastError: The message port closed before a response was received.

It looks like it only happens in Chrome and FireFox though. With Microsoft Edge I'm able to add the YouTube links.

Nvm about it working in Edge. It only worked once and has stopped working there too.

What's a YouTube link/ID you're trying to add? And to what item?

Ah, that's a specific error to browsing in no-NO. I don't think my local language mapping matches YouTube's. I'll see if it's an easy fix later this afternoon.

Oh, that's why it worked once in Edge. I accidentally used english when I added it in Edge the first time.

This should be fixed for no-NO now. Let me know if you continue to have issues.

Awesome! It works now. Thank you so much :)

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