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I use several torrent-trackers and one of them was recently blocked (only announcers) by all ISP in my country. The administration of this server has created a SOCKS proxy, that allows to connect to this announcers. It works. But through this proxy I can not connect to other servers. I see only a few solutions - Proxifier, but I do not want to use it for some reason and another - use two copies of the BitComet - one for that torrent-tracker with Socks proxy and another copy for other torrent-trackers without proxy. Or I need SOCKS-proxy without restrictions - low stability but free, or paid server but stable. Ok for two copies of BitComet? Or Is it possible to use different proxies within one copy? Is it possible to add such function in the future versions of the program?
Hello. I've been using BitComet for some time now. Am currently using BitComet 1.40. Am running Win 8.1 and BitComet is installed in D:\Programs\BitComet All the .torrent files are stored in that directory. I wanted to create a separate instance of BitComet for a certain category of torrents and also because the number of torrents in the existing instance was quite high and it was probably getting a bit slow because of that. I fetched the latest BitComet 1.44 and gave it D:\Programs\BitComet_144 as the installation directory. I had a BitComet icon on the 'Start Page'. After installation of 1.44, that icon pointed to 1.44 version. Clicking on it opened the new BitComet, without any torrents loaded. I've pointed the icon back to D:\Programs\BitComet, for the moment. When I attempt to open BitComet 1.44, by double-clicking D:\Programs\BitComet_144\BitComet.exe, I merely get transferred to the existing (already running) 1.40 instance. Is there a way out please ? I guess some people refer to this as 'Portable version'. If so, is such a thing possible. I currently am able to do it with uTorrent, using the '/RECOVER' option. Something like that would be very helpful. Thank you very much.