How to switch IE proxy servers between two repeat?
Auto clickers were initially developed as a tool for automating clicks for the purpose of playing some games that required the user to click multiple times on the screen at a very high rate. However, with the advent of newer technologies, the mouse automation tools are capable of doing much more than just clicking at a point on the screen. This article will help our readers learn about the process of automating the change of proxy servers using an auto clicker.
As we know that the newer auto clicking applications are loaded with a myriad of features, two such important features are (a) Numbered Clicks, and (b) Record and Playback. These two features have made it possible for the user to automatically change proxy servers.
Before we proceed any further, there is one detail for the users to take into consideration. The aforementioned features are quite exclusive and are not available for use on every auto clicking software. Users are recommended to use either GS Auto Clicker or OP Auto Clicker for such complex automations.Both these tools can be downloaded for free. Users are advised to download the software from the official website.
GS is better known for its ‘Numbered Clicks’ features while the OP’s ‘Record and Playback’ feature is more widely used.
Using OP Auto Clicker to switch proxy:
In order to change proxy servers, the user must ensure-
- That their proxy service provider has provided them with two or more servers, else no switch can occur
- That they already have some proxy changing software installed on their device or a web extension on their web browser that will allow such a switch.
- Open the proxy application or the web browser that has the proxy extension.
- Open and launch the OP Auto Clicker, and place the floating panel of the software beside the proxy.
- Enable the proxy.
- Now, set the target location as the ‘Change Proxy Server’ option.
- Once the proxy server is changed we need to allow the application some time to adjust. The user will need to alter the ‘Click Interval’ as they may deem fit.
- If you have two proxy supports to switch in between, the number of clicks should be set at 2. In case the user has more than two proxy servers, they can set the number accordingly.
- The user can now allocate a hotkey to start and stop auto clicking conveniently.
- Now, minimize the auto clicker window. Go to the web browser and press the designated hotkey. The clicking will be activated.
- After some time has elapsed (according to the time interval you set), the proxy server will be automatically changed. This will keep continuing till the number of clicks are exhausted
Another method of doing this is using the ‘record’ function of the auto clicker. The user will need to manually carry out the process of starting the application and switching it once. It shall record the cursor movement. Now when you turn on the auto clicker, it will carry out the function exactly as performed by you. Depending on your initial action, the number of clicks and time interval will be adjusted automatically.
After the action has been recorded and saved , a hotkey can be designated that, when pressed, will activate the clicker and users will see their proxy server changed.
Using GS Auto Clicker to switch proxy:
GS, along with the OP, is one of the most trusted and widely used auto clickers in the industry. In terms of software design they are both very alike. Thus, in order to conventionally change proxies using the GS Auto Clicker, you can follow the steps mentioned above.
While the steps are pretty convenient, the same function can be performed much faster using the ‘Numbered Click’ feature. Essentially, the feature is similar to the ‘Record and Playback’ tool of the OP Auto Clicker mentioned above. Using the numbered click feature, users can set about 10 different target points or click locations on the screen.
The auto clicker will carry out these 10 clicks, each click at a time interval specified by the user. After the total number of clicks are exhausted, the tool will either repeat the process (if it is run on a loop) or the process will end there. Depending on the number of servers, you can set the number of clicks.