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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve21 View Post

    Will try to have a play around later, and see what I can do if you want

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    That would be great - thanks. I was just thinking instead of having 2 registry files and a batch file etc and naming them home, work and then merging those to the registry it would be nice to have a centered form where you have a list box and upon selecting each of the proxies which are shown as a name then it will load the relevant proxy settings into two text fields to start with ie

    Proxy_One
    Proxy_Two
    Proxy_Three

    If you select Proxy_One it then loads the server / ip address into text field one and the port into text field two which you can adjust / change and click save. Not sure on the best method of saving the proxy settings ie to an ini file / text file or to the registry and if to the registry then where abouts in the registry ?

    I was hoping to add the options for :

    * Manually setting a proxy
    * Using a pac file
    * Being able to use authentication on a proxy server etc

    and possibly some other things but I just wanted the basic manual proxy setting and it being able to save / edit the proxy settings and being able to re call the settings that were last saved

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    You might also be interested in @painejake's Proxy Switch program. It is written in C# and the source code is available here.

    Btw, do you still use Advanced Proxy Manager? I assume you want to create something similar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    You might also be interested in @painejake 's Proxy Switch program. It is written in C# and the source code is available here.

    Btw, do you still use Advanced Proxy Manager? I assume you want to create something similar?
    Not yet - although that does look good ( Advanced Proxy Manager ), will look at Proxy Switch in a bit

    Would be nice to make something and go through the code to see what it does etc

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    APM is also written in C# and the source is browsable online here. Only reason I thought I would mention it was due to this EduGeek thread from 2007.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    That would be great - thanks. I was just thinking instead of having 2 registry files and a batch file etc and naming them home, work and then merging those to the registry it would be nice to have a centered form where you have a list box and upon selecting each of the proxies which are shown as a name then it will load the relevant proxy settings into two text fields to start with ie


    It's only an "extremely" rough version, to see if I understood what you mean, but something like my attached exe? (Note, Not much error checking etc, and only tested it on IE)

    TestProxyChanger.zip

    Basically it loads a set of proxies from registry (and the one you have currently set in IE), you can type whatever you want it, Hit load and it'll set IE + Change without reload.

    Not done any saving back to reg yet etc, just wanted to see if that was what you meant.

    Thanks,
    Steve

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