Currently, the ImageView Inspector is only available for responses.
Why not enable it for requests?
Posted on:01 Jun 2020 07:33
I will mark this one as a feature for planning but still keep in mind that there is a problem in implementing similar support (due to the reasons noted by Eric Lawrence).
Apart from a built-in feature, you could manually get the binary (that represents the image), convert it to base64 and then display the image (e.g. using HTML or other convenient tools/frameworks).
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Posted on:29 May 2020 16:26
Sorry to revive a thread from 3 years ago, but I am also looking for a way to view images sent in requests. Attached is a picture of what my request looks like, is there any way to view the image that is being sent in this format?
My own which is still in development. I'm simply POSTing an instance of File (Content-Type: image/jpeg).
Posted on:25 Aug 2017 05:00
What page or service are you using which sends images in the request?
(Unlike with responses, it's much more likely that an image upload depends on a bespoke encoding/serialization making it much harder for Fiddler to support in a general way).