You last visited: 08-10-2003 at 05:00 PM]
Yeah, it has been a while.
It’s good to be back here with the RPGC community, and now that I have a stable ISP (after months of begging to my parents, of course), I should be staying for a while. I can chat in the chat room again, post here in the agora, and
TD: …finish your shrine, CtM. :ah-ha!:
…yeah, I probably should do that…since it has been over two years now… :hahaha; Anyways, I’m finally a high school senior, and I’m looking forward to my last year before college (LAST BAND CAMP EVAH!!! WOOT! MY TURN TO DO FRESHMAN INITIATIONS!) Of course, I’m looking forward to the college life, but that’s still a ways off. (suckas!)
Anyways, the real reason I’m posting here tonight is that I need some help with running multiple programs that require local proxies. (Did that make sense?) My new ISP is Everyone’s Internet, and by far it’s the best dial-up ISP in Houston. The thing is, they offer a web page acceleration program called WebJet that uses a compression routine when sending webpages from their proxy server to my browser. It’s pretty neat, and I do notice a significant improvement in page load times, even with a dial-up connection. However, I also want to use a program called The Proxomitron (some of ya’ll may have heard of/use this), a html filter. Both require my browser (IE) to use custom proxy settings in order to use the programs’ services. My question is: Is there a way I can use both? I’ve tried to configure both to use the same port number on “localhost”, but to no avail. I can use both seperately, but when activated at the same time, the program my browser is set to port through effectively cancels out the other (in this case, webjet takes precedence over proxomitron.) Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
luke: well, kagato’s also in the marching band, but I haven’t seen him around much (I think he’s in college). Our band’s freshman camp was a couple of weeks ago, and the main camp starts around July 30th (some 4 days after my birthday)