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Can I configure the TOR Browser which comes with Whonix to use a proxy, so that it becomes an extra hop after the TOR exit node?

Connecting as follows: Browser(workstation) > TOR(gateway) > exit node > proxy

Effectively rendering it a proxychain.

In contrast to the Tor Browser Bundle which connects to TOR via 127.0.0.1 under Whonix we have a different situation where we connect through the gateway to TOR. So a connection like I described maybe this might be possible.

Is there any more recommended solution for proxy chaining under Whonix?

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Can I configure the TOR Browser which comes with Whonix to use a proxy, so that it becomes an extra hop after the TOR exit node?

Yes.

Connecting as follows: Browser(workstation) > TOR(gateway) > exit node > proxy

Or in other words:
user -> Tor -> Proxy -> Destination

In contrast to the Tor Browser Bundle which connects to TOR via 127.0.0.1 under Whonix we have a different situation where we connect through the gateway to TOR. So a connection like I described maybe this might be possible.

Yes.

Is there any more recommended solution for proxy chaining under Whonix?

See also:
Whonix Tunnel Documentation

Full disclosure:
I am a maintainer of Whonix.

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