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RE: Some tips to build a simple script to check instagram followers/following
RE: Playing and stop a sound with same button
The effect is only created upon playing and is unique so how can I stop that exact effect?
RE: proxy or sshtunnel (Dynamic Port Forwarding)
Yes, it is possible to use proxy or sshtunnel (Dynamic Port Forwarding) in UIWebView. However, you will need to set up your own proxy server to do so. It is important to note that UIWebView does not support SOCKS proxies, so you will need to use an HTTP proxy instead. You can get it from https://soax.com/online-facebook-messenger-proxy. To set up a proxy in UIWebView, you will need to create a configuration object to set the proxy settings. This object will contain the proxy's host, port, username, and password (if applicable) and any other required configuration settings. You can then pass this configuration object to the UIWebView instance's session configuration. This will make the proxy settings active for the UIWebView instance.