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Would it be possible to:

Say you put in a "Microsoft Internet Explorer" control in a gui, would it be possible, to set a proxy for JUST that object? &

How do I use tabs? Like, I want one tab for the 1st IE window, and another tab for the next


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Would it be possible to:

Say you put in a "Microsoft Internet Explorer" control in a gui, would it be possible, to set a proxy for JUST that object? &

How do I use tabs? Like, I want one tab for the 1st IE window, and another tab for the next

Possible?

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Would it be possible to:

Say you put in a "Microsoft Internet Explorer" control in a gui, would it be possible, to set a proxy for JUST that object? &

How do I use tabs? Like, I want one tab for the 1st IE window, and another tab for the next

For your first question the answer is no, you would have to set it for a whole computer then set it back.

For your second question look at GUICtrlCreateTab() in the help file, it gives a good example of how to do this.

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Would it be possible to:

Say you put in a "Microsoft Internet Explorer" control in a gui, would it be possible, to set a proxy for JUST that object? &

Searching in the Gui Forum may help. This was found in there.

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