Fiddler Classic implements and documents this feature. Is this true for Fiddler Everywhere? Can you provide instructions?
I can tell you what does not work on Windows 11:
Please provide detailed instructions for setting this up. Thank you.
I would like to make a rule that changes the Comments column to display a value from the Response body. Specifically, I would like the value of "pk" (if available) to show up in the Comments field.
My overall question: Is there a way to reference Response body data in the Rules Builder?
I looked through all the documentation I could find and I didn't see any examples of Actions using dynamic data. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Include a workspace concept to enable us to:
1. Create multiple workspaces that have individual filters, rules, sessions, requests...
2. Synchronize all of that configuration (filters, rules, sessions, requests...) to continue working on another PC
It appears that I need to add new columns for "VIA" and "SERVER" with each new recorded HAR session that I open.
Is there a way to set these extra two columns to always appear in my defaults?
I have an idea for the rule's action.
It would be great if we could define an action template so we can re-use it for difference rules.
For example: We might create a template with a set of non-final actions like:
1. Mark session
2. Update request header: [My-Custom-Key:My-Custom-Value]
3. Comment: This session is modified by Rules
Then when create a new rule, we can add an action to execute from actions template list like an illustration image.
Within Rules, we can choose between these below options:
Firstly, thank you so much for adding Groups into the Rules, this is a great feature!
I was trying to drag and drop more than 2 rules (New Rule 1 and New Rule 2) into a Group (Group1) and I see that only one item can be moved. Expected behavior would be that all highlighted rule items would be moved into the Group at the same time.
I've broken this out from #1593454 as separate feature request ticket.
As a side note, the preconfigured browser instance (the "Open Browser" functionality) can't be started with a specific profile. You can specify a path to a different Chromium browser, but it will always be started with a temporary profile.
The preconfigured browser instance is a great feature, but I don't use it because the launched browser instance does not use my "Default" profile (with extensions, bookmarks, etc). It is possible to launch Chrome from the command line with arguments, including specifying the profile to use.
Would it be possible to include in the Fiddler Browser settings panel a field that allows users to specify arguments to be used when launching the preconfigured browser instance? Or if not then possibly just the profile name to be used?
Why are there not Fiddler everywhere package here?
That might be a deal breaker for many setups that wants to automate as much as possible, I do get Fiddler classic from here and that is great!
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
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.