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    Proxies and Browsers

    Hope would i make my proxy from Google Chrome not go over to firefox?

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    They already should be separated. If you add a proxy in the network settings of Chome, Firefox should ignore it. However IE will use the same one as Chrome

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    I was using an addon. Maybe that's why?

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    Have you tested the IP's to confirm? You can just use a proxy with the built in proxy for firefox, this will be a bit overkill because you will be behind two proxies on firefox but it should work.

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