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ShyCollegeSlut

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I want to put a countdown timer in my chaturbate profile, counting down to my next scheduled broadcast.

Anyone know of any good ones? I'd prefer if I could input multiple dates/times and it would restart when I log in and start over the countdown for my next show, or just hide itself while i'm currently broadcasting. I'm not really good at coding/figuring out how to make this work, but any information could help, thank you.
 
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I want to put a countdown timer in my chaturbate profile, counting down to my next scheduled broadcast.

Anyone know of any good ones? I'd prefer if I could input multiple dates/times and it would restart when I log in and start over the countdown for my next show, or just hide itself while i'm currently broadcasting. I'm not really good at coding/figuring out how to make this work, but any information could help, thank you.

Unfortunately Chaturbate platform is very restrictive when it comes to programming language and such a countdown/timer will need ether javascript or jquery to work (currently not allowed on CB via About Me box).

I should add some extensive info to backup my "not possible right now" answer ... but it's a waste of time and there's no work-around .

The base idea of a counter which works on CB is to have a script which dynamically changes an image (the output)... Same technique is used by Flag Counter...(based on a script, output a hosted image)
 
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