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Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
yup, it’s what we’re doing now ProxymanApp/Proxyman#739
basically, you can add folders, and organizes it, ...
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you now can match https://httpbin.org/file to ~/Desktop/local_file/file
Please make sure that the local file doesn’t have the extension (You can run ll in the Terminal), because the macOS might hide the file extension
To remove the extension, please use mv command
please let me know if it works for you @jcorbisfy :smile:
jcorbisfy
@jcorbisfy
checked it out and it's working, same-day fix that's awesome thank you!
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
glad to hear that
I will officially release it in the next release :smile:
jcorbisfy
@jcorbisfy
btw while testing this found a minor issue, is it ok to report it here or should I open a github issue?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
yes, please report here
jcorbisfy
@jcorbisfy
if you export a .proxymanlog, open it, and Clear Session, it removes the visualization of the requests from the file, and you can't load it again unless you quit Proxyman and reopen it again. I would expect the clear session to clear only the captured requests, not the ones from the log.
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Ah I see
I tried, it did remove all request from the log file
jcorbisfy
@jcorbisfy
checked and it's also happening when opening a .har file
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
but I don’t need to Quit Proxyman, and Reopen. I can just delete the first in the left panel -> Drag the file to Proxyman again -> It will open
I see
You’re right
I will fix it
Clear Session (Click on the Trash Icon on the Top Bar) should not remove request in the log file
but if click on “Clear” button from the bottom Bar, it will
I will open the ticket
jcorbisfy
@jcorbisfy
yup, deleting it from the panel and reopening it again loads the request without quitting
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Here is your ticket: ProxymanApp/Proxyman#843
Ianiv Schweber
@ianiv_twitter
I’m having a weird problem. All of a sudden openin Proxyman causes every request to time out. After quitting the app, Safari ends up never working properly until I reboot
Chrome also stops working
When the app is open, all requests fail with error 999
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Hey @ianiv_twitter it’s odd
Can you verify that you after quitting the Proxyman app, when you couldn’t access the Internet, please open Network -> Wifi -> Advanced -> Proxies tab -> And see if HTTP/HTTPS Proxy is check or uncheck?
If it’s uncheck, it means it’s correct.
The problem might be from different sources
Just wondering: Have you installed any new apps/Extension/… from your security team? I had a user who encountered the same issue when his computer installs some sort of security app/kernel extension
Meanwhile, please try Factory-Reset on Proxyman by Help menu -> Advanced -> Factory Reset
If it still happens, it looks like other app causes the bug, not Proxyman
Weyert de Boer
@weyert
Hey, looks like the docs are incorrect https://docs.proxyman.io/troubleshooting/couldnt-see-any-request-from-localhost-server is suggesting http://proxyman.dev is possible but most browsers will force .dev to be https. Maybe consider suggesting something else than .dev?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
ah, it’s correct @weyert . I will update the Doc
You can map any domain you need in /etc/hosts
I would change to .local, and make sure it’s also not in the by-pass list (https://docs.proxyman.io/troubleshooting/.local-doesnt-appear-in-proxyman)
Simon Whitaker
@simonwhitaker
Hi there. I just discovered and downloaded Proxyman for iOS. How do I get the iOS traffic to appear in Proxyman for Mac running on my Macbook? i.e. the "Share and Preview on Proxyman macOS" feature shown at https://docs.proxyman.io/proxyman-ios/vpn-and-proxyman-certificate. (I'm a paid Proxyman user and I've unlocked the iOS version using my registration code.)
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Hi
@simonwhitaker You can share your iOS traffic and review it with macOS Proxyman.
On Proxyman for iOS, click on the domain -> Click on Cog button in the top right navigation bar -> Share -> Airdop to your mac. Then using macOS Proxyman to open it
if you would like to see the iOS Traffic in real time with Proxyman macOS. Please check out this guideline https://docs.proxyman.io/debug-devices/ios-device
Simon Whitaker
@simonwhitaker
Ah, OK, got it. Thanks. I assumed it was live.
if you use Proxyman for macOS, and follow the guideline/tutorial to setup the certificate, you can see the live traffic