I have already tried gwibber,twitux, destroy twitter,smuxi,gtwitter,choqok,qwit and hotot.
only hotot could configured sock5 proxy but not all traffic over sock5 (I captured packets using wireshark and I found images link not be included.)
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All programs can use sock5 if you use
tsocks. They don't even have to know they're doing it.
Install tsocks, configure
/etc/tsocks.conf, start up your socks tunnel, or whatever, and then launch your favourite client like this:
You can try Polly. I believe it supports SOCK5 proxy from what I can see from the preferences but I haven't tried it personally.
To install Polly, you need to add the PPA. You can try the following commands in a terminal to install Polly.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:conscioususer/polly-unstable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install polly