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Does Google Chrome have an equivalent for FireFox FoxyProxy?

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According to today's page at getfoxyproxy.org, the Google Chrome version of FoxyProxy is coming soon. –  R Perrin Aug 26 '11 at 17:47
    
The accepted answer for this question is now obsolete, as FoxyProxy has a version for Google Chrome. Can you please mark another answer as accepted? –  Dan Dascalescu Jan 7 '13 at 4:58

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Proxy Switchy! is pretty similar. Annoyingly, on Linux, it requires a Gnome or KDE environment.

Don't confuse it with Proxy Switchy!中文汉化版 (I haven't looked into it at all). Another option for Chinese speakers in Switch Proxy.

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I'm on a Mac machine. –  Chiron Nov 25 '10 at 1:18
    
@3lijandro: Proxy Switchy! works on Windows and Mac. Sorry if my remark was unclear, I meant it as (if Linux then requires Gnome or KDE), not as (requires Linux and (Gnome or KDE)). –  Gilles Nov 25 '10 at 1:33

According to FoxyProxy's website, they do indeed have a version for Google Chrome. You can find the extension on the Google Chrome webstore.

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Download section of http://getfoxyproxy.org/ now lists a Chrome version.

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it doesn't work with Chrome on Ubuntu now –  Coc Mar 9 '12 at 15:30

Unfortunately, Proxy Switchy! is not open source: http://code.google.com/p/switchy/issues/detail?id=56

I found two other extensions, but they're not better:

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Proxy SwitchySharp works great for me.

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