In Internet Explorer, the proxy settings can be automatically detected, but that is not the case with Firefox. In Firefox, you have to manually set the proxy before you can use our Uni’s Network. Although the process of manually changing the proxy settings is not too difficult, it can be a pain if you have to do it every now and then. One of the good things about Firefox is that it offer developers the opportunity to develop Add-ons for Firefox to add more functionalities. With FoxyProxy, proxy switching in Firefox is only two clicks away So…how do we set this up?
Archive for July 26th, 2007
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- Changing the system language in Mac OS X
- How to connect a new external hard drive to your Mac
- K-Lite Codec Pack for Mac?!
- Adding dictionaries to the built-in Dictionary Application in Leopard
- Controlling your Mac's fan speed with SMC Fan Control (with step by step guide)
- Viewing CHM files under Mac OS X
- Internet Explorer 7 freezes at startup? | How to disable add-ons for IE7
- Some tips on using Vyatta
- A step by step guide to Authoxy
- [University of Otago] Firefox's Proxy Auto Detection Problem in Vista
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