Thread: [Solved] Automatic Proxy
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Old 19.10.2020, 21:06
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I will leave them all checked and allow JD to switch once the limit is reached (default setting). So basically, it is based on the "condition" of limit is reached which is perfect for my needs as is.

Since I have four connections for JD to switch from: the 'no proxy' and the 'three proxies'.
I assume that when the fourth one on the list reaches the limit, that JD will start again with the first one checked which is the 'no proxy' and then the proxy1, proxy2, etc.? or do I need to use the cycle mode?
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