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Medic873

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Medic873

Okay I have a list of proxy that I want my autoit software to run

currently it open's a web browser to a url and then dose a few things then repeats....

So it needs to be access it from a different proxy on every load I have a list of proxy's here are few listed below so you understand what im working with...

93.191.57.2:8080
114.143.12.28:8080
217.19.101.217:8080
93.186.104.10:8080
88.187.16.37:8080
200.69.245.33:8080

so how can I make my webbrowser load through the proxy instead of using my proxy every time....

Thank You

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Xenobiologist

You want to set your proxy? E.g. IE settings or registry?


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utahwebdev

You want to set your proxy? E.g. IE settings or registry?

actually another easy way to do this is to use a .pac file (search "pac proxy wiki") this is a simple file that your web browser uses to load a proxy, you need to be running a local server (like WAMP) to use this but then all you need is to have your autoit change the proxy info in that file then when the web browser loads it automatically uses the proxy in that file

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Juvigy

He wants to set a new proxy every time when he runs the script.

I think this was possible using winhttp or tcp functions.

Search for that.

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