Youtube changed its layout again. Now to get to a user’s uploads page you have to click on their nickname, then on the “Videos” tab, and then filter by uploads-only from a dropdwon menu. If you also want the uploads to be sorted by views, that adds one more point-and-click to make for each time.

Currently, the 1st link to the channel page from a video has the following structure:

https://www.youtube.com/user/[NICKNAME]?feature=watch (1)

and the wanted final link to the properly sorted uploads video page has the following structure:

https://www.youtube.com/user/[NICKNAME]/videos?sort=p&view=0&flow=grid (2)

Question: How can I make FoxReplace convert all the hyperlinks of the first kind within the www.youtube.com* domain into the second kind?

(A greasemonkey script could’ve been another solution, but currently there aren’t any fitting scripts at userscripts.org.)

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To be replaced: (a selector I guess) https?://www.youtube.com/user/(.+)\?feature=watch

Replacement: https://www.youtube.com/user/\0/videos\?sort=p&view=0&flow=grid

Note: I don't use the extension, so I can't test. Just remove the domain part if it doesn't need it. This is a regex expression, they're pretty useful. The extension has a regex mode according to the link.

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