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The title explains most of it: I have been searching around regarding this question and have searched places like: Run Minecraft with proxy on Linux, How can I play Minecraft through a proxy server? and some Reddit posts, but I can't seem to find an answer. And yes I have tried changing the Java arguments that the game launched with but it seemed not to proxy my connection.

My java arguments:

-DsocksProxyHost=[127.0.0.1] -DsocksProxyPort=[2078] -Djava.net.socks.username=[] -Djava.net.socks.password=[]

⬆️ My proxy has no username or password, so I kept those blank.

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Your command is incorrect; when you enter a command you do not keep the brackets.

Instead of:

-DsocksProxyHost=[127.0.0.1] -DsocksProxyPort=[2078] -Djava.net.socks.username=[] -Djava.net.socks.password=[]

Try:

-DsocksProxyHost=127.0.0.1 -DsocksProxyPort=2078 -Djava.net.socks.username="" -Djava.net.socks.password=""

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