I know you're not supposed to do this if you want maximum security, but the Tor Browser is not rendering a page (probably broken HTML), and I'd like to use Chrome or Safari to render the page. I see some pages online saying you can point your browser's proxy settings at and various ports, but I can't get anything to work.

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  1. If you are using linux, you can start another browser with Tor by using command: torify iceweasel
  2. In firefox you can of course set your proxy to a Tor proxy. Just insert

See, there is such options in config file of Tor, /etc/tor/torrc:

SocksPort 9050

You could find the same in your torrc, uncomment it and launch your browser with "Proxy settings", proxy type: socks5, address:, port 9050.

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