• ovrnghtshft

    @mikael okay, that worked perfectly with webbroswer, now i just need to figure out if I can assign multiple proxies..thanks again!

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  • ovrnghtshft

    @mikael No I haven't tried that, but will it allow me to rotate or assign the proxies to separate tabs? Also, will that work w/ webbrowser? I'll definitely give it a try! Thanks again for the insight/input! If you happen to have any examples, please point me to them.

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  • ovrnghtshft

    @JonB Thanks for the info, I'll definitely be looking into this!!

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  • ovrnghtshft

    I'd like to assign proxies to open with multiple tabs, but it's only using my ip on my phone. I'm fairly new to python, and I've attempted to look up how to do this, but I guess what's out there isn't directly answering what I want to know, if that makes sense. Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!! I'm open to also changing the entire code if need be.

    import webbrowser

    proxies = :{

    'https' : ' xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.:xxxx', xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.:xxxx
    }

    url = ('httpsbin.org/ip')
    url1 = ('httpsbin.org/ip')
    url2 = ('httpsbin.org/ip')

    webbroswer.open(url, proxies)
    webbroswer.open_new_tab(url1, proxies)
    webbroswer.open_new_tab(url2, proxies)

    I even tried using proxies=proxies instead of just "proxies"

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