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Nothing2Lose

Change FF Proxy without killing FF.

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi everybody,

As the question above, can I change FF Proxy without restarting FF? I used FF.au3 but it went wrong. I got some errors.

Thanks!

Edited by Nothing2Lose

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Well, I noticed no one provided anything. And I've searched far and wide before because this is something I'm interested in and is probably the main reason I don't use that browser.

I've seen people use the prefs file in the user profile but I think I remember that you have to restart the browser, I'll look into it in a while and see what happens. I need this too.

Edit: Ok, So I had given up and only recently came back to this.

The only way I managed to do this was by installing foxyproxy in firefox and creating a rule that tells FF to use System proxy settings just like IE and Chrome.

Kinda sucks it doesn't do that by default.

Edited by FlutterShy

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Already you tried automate browsing in "about:config" (Put in the address bar without quotes)?

I do not know if it's possible, but try.

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