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<h1>AutoProxy</h1>  <h1>Hi, Homepage of this project is <a href="http://autoproxy.org/">here</a>.</h1>
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  <p>is a firefox proxy management add-on.</p> 
  <p>&nbsp;</p> 
  <p>What's different?</p> 
  <p>With AutoProxy, you don't need to switch the proxy between enable and disable.</p> 
  <p>&nbsp;</p> 
  <p>Yeah, that's good. But you know, FoxyProxy already had this ability. What's made AutoProxy special?</p> 
  <p>You used to write patterns for almost all sites which need proxy. <br/> 
    With AutoProxy, you are free now. Just subscribe to some lists already wrote by others.</p> 
  <p>&nbsp;</p> 
  <p>Just like Adblock Plus does? It sounds wonderful. Any more?</p> 
  <p>Yeah. With AutoProxy, now you don't need to run a proxy server, itself is.</p> 
  <p>&nbsp;</p> 
  <p>Itself? You mean, it works as itself's proxy server? Amazing...<br/> 
    How can it help me? You know, I have been blocked from direct access to the target server.</p> 
  <p>Maybe this is the answer, why it's special. :-)</p> 
  <p>Project homepage @ <a href="http://code.google.com/p/autoproxy/">Google Code - AutoProxy</a></p> 
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