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  1. I propose to add an additional option to generate a config file per City (https://airvpn.org/generator/) that will connect to the most optimal server for that city based on server load. This would work similar to how when you connect via Country or Continent. What I mean is when generating config files (https://airvpn.org/generator/) you can only select the specific servers for each city, rather than selecting just the city itself. The problem with connecting via Country or Continent is it will often connect you to a less than optimal server relative to your location. For example, Chicago based connections might be connected to Florida etc. which ultimately leads to connections with bad latency and lower speeds.
  2. I have a lot of problems with dropped connections after coming back from hibernation on my MacBook. Eddie tries to reconnect before I get a new wifi connection. Somehow, it seems like that this process slows down the process of finding and logging into a wifi. Maybe that is just a feeling, but as soon as I press the cancel button in Eddie, my MacBook will connect to a wifi. A feature that would prevent Eddie from reconnecting after a dropped connection would solve that. A similar problem is also described in this thread: https://airvpn.org/topic/16143-restart-problem/?p=34601 Anyway, a feature like that would be advantages in other circumstances: Imagine I close (hibernate) my MacBook at home. I go to another wifi and open my MacBook. It will connect to the wifi and Eddie would try to connect immediately. I may not want that the owner of that wifi knows that I use AirVPN. Just applying NetLock after a dropped connection would prevent that... What do you think? Is that a possible solution? Could it be implemented?
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