Sometimes when I close Fiddler Everywhere, the process Fiddler.WebUi stays alive.
When I try opening a second Fiddler Everywhere it can't bind on 8886 and I have to force quit (kill -9) the process before re-opening Fiddler.
Posted on:10 Dec 2018 15:05
Fix for this is already out in v0.2.1. Enjoy.
Posted on:03 Dec 2018 16:16
That's what I expected and it will be included in the upcoming release. As a temporary workaround you can quit the application by closing the main window. This should work as expected. Stay tuned.
Posted on:03 Dec 2018 15:31
Cmd+Q usually, I believe
Posted on:03 Dec 2018 11:34
Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. We're aware of this problem and we're already working on a fix for it. Would it be possible to share how do you close/quit Fiddler? Cmd+Q, right click -> quit, close button or?