Topic: Poxy proxy
I note that SFPM copes well with proxy settings.
There's still a slight limitation, though, which I mention in case it can be improved.
When I'm in my office, I have to use a proxy.
Outside the office, I am barred from using the same proxy.
In the past, I learned to pull down the IE Internet options menu, menu, then select connections, then select LAN settings, then tick or un-tick the prox box, and then OK my way all the way back out of the tunnel, which I had to repeat every time I wenr to work, and every time I went home. So very tedious Micro$oft has made all that.
Thankfully, I've been able to dump IE in favour of the much slicker Maxthon.
This has a one-click facility for proxifying and deproxifying. ('Use IE proxy settings' or don't do so).
The limitation with SFPM is that it have to do all the Micro$oft palaver with IE again because SFPM is apparently locked to the EI poxy proxy settings.
Would it be possible to fit an extra switch on the front panel of SFPM to switch this in and out?