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Looking Glass & Proxy?

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2 hours ago, OliverandFelix said:

When using looking glass do I still connect to Runescape using the proxy selected through Tribot, or will the mirrored client run through my main ip adress as osbuddy has no option to use a proxy?

After Looking Glass hooks onto the client, the connection will be made through the proxy.

 

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