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Pascal Henauer


Joined: 10/20/2008 04:27:46
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Let user choose his proxy...

If not, could not use your presentation mode properly...

(using a *.vpk could be a work around, but need to be tested...)
Nikolai Schwertner


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
Messages: 200
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Do you mean a proxy server? Or something else?
Pascal Henauer


Joined: 10/20/2008 04:27:46
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Yes, I mean a proxy server...
Nikolai Schwertner


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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Unfortunately VUE does not support proxy configuration and we haven't had many requests for this functionality. It will be challenging to implement this since VUE relies on a number of non-standard data sources and libraries. So, your best bet would be to find a tool that turns your proxy into an "intercepting proxy" gateway so that it is transparent to the applications on your machine. Or, you can try configuring Java to connect to the proxy in the Control Panels. This may resolve your issue.

Either way, please do let us know if you figure some way around this problem.

Regards,
Nikolai
Nikolai Schwertner


Joined: 08/08/2008 11:36:13
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We recently had another user post a solution to your problem. See if this will do the trick for you:
https://vue-forums.uit.tufts.edu/posts/list/200.page
 
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