Frequently Asked Question

Changing Settings
Last Updated a year ago

To open the settings windows, go to File -> Settings

Proxy

You can use a HTTP proxy by entering your proxy in the Proxy field.
To enable the use of proxies, please check "Use Proxy."
Your proxy must be in one of the following formats:
Host:Port
Host:Port:Username:Password

Ignore HTTP to HTTPS redirects

Enable this setting to skip redirects which redirect from HTTP to HTTPS.
For example, http://google.com to https://google.com

Ignore trailing slash

Enable this setting to skip redirects which redirect to the same page with an extra slash.
For example, https://panicswamptech.com to https://panicswamptech.com/

Check status code of target URL

Enable this setting to check the HTTP response status code of the target website.
This can be used to check if the link redirects to another redirection link.

Auto add additional redirects to list

Enable this setting to add found redirects to the list.
For example, if your link redirects to another redirection link, it will be added to the list.

Check auto added links

Enable this setting to check the status of links which were automatically added to the list, at the end.

Always recheck every link

Enable this settings to check every link in the list from the beginning, even if they were already checked.

Timeout

You can set a custom timeout in milliseconds, which determines how long to wait for a response from each website request. A longer time may be better for slow connections or slow proxies.

User Agent

You can set a custom user agent, which is what websites use to determine what browser you're using. A blank user agent will often cause websites to block requests, so it's best to use a common user agent.

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