On this tab you can manage the addresses that should be proxified or marked as "direct". It's important to remember that
"proxy"'s addresses will work if at least one address is defined. Thus if proxy addresses list are empty - any address will match as "proxy address". But if list are non empty - only this addresses will be passed throught proxy, any other will be direct.
The "direct" list may be useful if you're working with Internet and LAN resources. So you can define your local subnet (for example 192.168.0.0/16 or just 192.168.*)
Adding new address are simple. Just click on "Add" button and dialog will appear.
At this dialog you can specify the address (any, single, with CIDR, with subnet mask or just wildcard) and port (any, single or range)
The adding values to the "direct addresses" list is same.