I search use Socks5 and received answers:
Hi, Fiddler supports SOCKS4a version. If you are trying to use another SOCKS version, this might be the reason why it is not working. Could you please, elaborate on the error you receive. Regards, Simeon Progress Telerik
He advised me to create a new request!
Will what I want to be done?
We are planning to use Fiddle Everywhere for testing our application, and I downloaded it for test drive. It has lots of functionality, but I couldn't find the specific futures such as Throttle settings(Bandwidth(download and upload), latency, MTU, reliability, stability etc). That is very important to us. So, we need it for our testings.
Any advice, please?
Requested through https://community.getfiddler.com/support/discussions/topics/12000026780
Originally reported here: https://community.getfiddler.com/support/discussions/topics/12000026504
Requested originally from https://community.getfiddler.com/support/discussions/topics/12000025520
I am trying to login to fiddler anywhere on Ubuntu. But since the system is behind proxy, while logging into proxy, i get network error.
I have configured the proxy in env variables as well as network settings >proxy, but it does not work.
Please provide a way to configure the corporate proxy for fiddler everywhere before login
Currently the composer window allows you to edit the cookies only as a header, that can turn into a nightmare when all of the cookies accumulate to the length of 500-1000 chars and you're trying to edit a single cookie.
The editing box shows only about 70 chars, so navigating to that single cookie you want to edit/delete is nearly impossible.
If you could add a dedicated tab for cookies, like in the inspectors window, that would be very helpful.
In Fiddler (and in applications such as Wireshark) it's easy to collapse / switch between different protocols, headers and such.
In the Fiddler everywhere version - you get the entire request/response as a single text block.
It would be great to switch between protocols / collapse the parts you care less about and in general have better controls.