Change Proxy in Pidgin
phil at hannent.co.uk
Thu Jun 28 07:05:05 EDT 2007
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Phil Hannent wrote:
> Mark Doliner wrote:
>> On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 00:13:40 +0200, Charlie Blank wrote
>> I don't believe such a plugin exists. I wonder how Gnome handles this? It
>> would be cool if Pidgin just autodetected whether you needed a proxy or not.
>> It seems like something similar to NetworkManager would be nice here... I
>> find myself wishing Linux had a more universal "am I connected to a network?"
>> API. Is there a way to do this in Windows?
> In windows its a registry entry.
> HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\
> Hex key "ProxyEnable" for it being on or off and string key "ProxyServer" for
> the actual proxy servers.
Ignore me, I see you already are getting the proxy settings from the registry.
The meek are contesting the will.
- - Unknown
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