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Method of loading different proxy per tab?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by musicislife, Jan 21, 2017.

  1. musicislife

    musicislife Newbie

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    Hi, I need a method of loading a different proxy per tab. Is this possible? If so can anyone point me in the direction :)
     
  2. HoNeYBiRD

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    There's an addon called Proxy Tool for Firefox, apparently there's an option: "rotate proxy on every new window/tab", so that seems to do the trick.

    What you can also do is make multiple FireFox/Chrome profiles and launch the instances with their own proxies.

    You can try Multiloginapp too, you can use 10 browser profiles with the free version.

    These last two won't help using tabs with different proxies, but at least the instances will have different proxies.
     
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  3. musicislife

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    Thank you for your reply. Is there a guide on how to do that? I would open different windows and log into each profile on each? Or you mean have like 10 different installations of google chrome?

    Im downloading multiloginapp now to check it out.
     
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    How to create and run multiple FF profiles: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Firefox/Multiple_profiles
    Yes, you make let's say 10 profiles. You start them once, you set the proxy and next time when you'll start the profiles, they will use their own proxies. You can create shortcuts for each instance to make your life easier.

    I looked into it more and i added a new method to my above post, check that out first, maybe it's better/easier than using different profiles.
     
  5. Jeffersontalks

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    I am also looking for a browser to manage multiple facebook profiles with each tab holding its own cookies and cache. I recall seeing such browser for sale but cannot recall the name of it. Anyone able to help out?
     
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    The Proxy Tool FF addon has an option to "clear all cookies on every new window/tab", however i'm not sure how the "rotate proxy on every new window/tab" feature works exactly.
     
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    Looking for same thing
     
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    Thanks for replying @HoNeYBiRD but in this case I am looking to retain cookies/cache for each individual facebook account that I am managing. There used to be a commercial browser for sale (under JVZOO) for such purpose. Just cannot recall the name of this browser.
     
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    insomniacbrowser/extensions i think this will get it done