I published 2.19.0 in the beta channel.

What's new:

- Delayed live notifications by default
- Store in drafts for quick replies
- Improve Invidious support (local=true, more URLs detected)
- Set the type of live notifications (live, delayed (30s), none).

Fixes:
- Unknown URL scheme with built-in browser
- Crash when clicking on thumbs-up button for Peertube videos with a Mastodon account

@fedilab I've lost my last toot xD (but I think that I discovered another #FedilabBug ^-^)
Anyway 🎉🎉 I was just tooting that I found the invidious integration working quiet well 👍

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@ButterflyOfFire
In the next release, it will force local to true and detect mobile and shortened YouTube URLs.

@fedilab @ButterflyOfFire I don't know if you did it but will the proxy be optionally disabled? In case the user don't care to still use Google Videos and don't want to add load on the Invidious server.

@booteille Yes, it is disabled by default and the user can set/enter his own customized invidious domain in the app.
The user can choose whether to play the video in the app or via NewPipe too.
@fedilab

@ButterflyOfFire @fedilab Yeah. But I was talking about the proxy (the parameter local=true) in the next version. If you still want to use Invidious as your default player but don't want to proxy your video through it. In this case, you have the benefit to not load YouTube trackers or ads but still using Google for downloading the media.

@booteille Good question 🤔 I don't know if this should be assigned as a @fedilab feature enhancement or as an invidious one.

@ButterflyOfFire @fedilab It's already an option for Invidious. Actually, you can activate the proxy by just adding "local=true" to your URL, that's what Fedilab is adding in the next version and what I would consider as a new option, with the ability to disable it.

@booteille As a user, I imagine the feature otherwise. If Invidious has some API to call the proxy, depending on the instance @fedilab can handle that I think ^-^
May be @fedilab will give us more explanation :)

@ButterflyOfFire
The api could be used to play videos inside the app (like for Peertube videos) but most people use newpipe so I don't think I have to work on that?
@booteille

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