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Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
unfortunately, I disabled all logs in the production build
Do you use any specical chars in NetBIOS Name in Network Preference -> Wifi -> ADvanced -> WINS tab?
during creating the Certificate, I use this name. I suppose that there is something wrong
Florian Harr
@caffeineflo
MACBOOKPRO-1C9E
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
it’s good
pls go to Proxyman -> Help -> Debug -> Reset all Cert & data, and try to install new CA. Hopefully it works
I upgraded to 10.15.1 this morning and all good.
Florian Harr
@caffeineflo
I just reset all cert and data, but still have the same behaviour
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
wait me mins, I would sent you a debug build, with console log. I would investigate it since I have no clue right now :D
if you dont mind
Florian Harr
@caffeineflo
Sure! Happy to debug it with you
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
It turns out that the local hostname is too long (> 64 chars), so OpenSSL rejected it.
we can fix it by shortening it in “System Settings -> Sharing your local hostname"
Thank you so much for the support @caffeineflo 👏
Jan Chaloupecky
@JanC
Hello :wave:
I was wondering if it could be possible to have a more horizontal layout where the Response/Request panels are under the main Panel
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
hey there
IMO, it’s not default design to bring the Detail View to be under the Main panel (Under macOS user perspective)
The view, which is under the Main View, would be a Console Log.
so, for now. It isn’t possible
in the future, I would put the Console log under the Main Panel -> For power users, who need to see the detail proxy connections
Jan Chaloupecky
@JanC

it’s not default design to bring the Detail View to be under the Main panel (Under macOS user perspective)

that's the UI of the macOS Console app. You select a log entry and you see the details in the bottom. Charles has it as well :) I'm just used to it so I was wondering the it would be a big effort to have that option

Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Thank for that. I will consider and add this feature in the Preference soon.
just wondering, why do you prefer the Detail in the bottom? As far as I see, the height of the screens is too small that to fit the Request / Response Panel
In comparsion with the current design, there are plenty of space, because we can resize the Main and collapse the Left-Panel easily
Please let me know your thought @JanC when I understand your problem correctly, I could support it soon 😃
Jan Chaloupecky
@JanC
when the response body is on the side, I cannot see all the columns of the main panel (URL, Method, Time, Size) without scrolling horizontally
Jan Chaloupecky
@JanC
but it's really a personal preference I guess
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
that totally make sense. I will accumulate some UI feedback and would introduce this feature soon in the Preference.
toicodedoec
@toicodedoec
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Hi guy, could you help do advice?
I already did trust your cert on my system
This request comes from my python app
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
hey @toicodedoec, can you see the HTTPS response from other app ?
to make sure that you setup the cert properly on your machine
is it possible to see the URL from your Python app in production? I would reproduce the issues. Please PM me the link if possible
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Is it your local python server?
toicodedoec
@toicodedoec
Yep @NghiaTranUIT, I can see the response from the others, like Chrome
I write a small Python app, and it does HTTP requests to a public REST endpoint for the data (the link in case you wanna try: https://theodoibaochi.com/export/keyword_freq_log.json), my app only works if I turn off the Proxyman
If I make HTTP call via a browser or Postman, it works well together
Do I need to do something else, .i.e.: adding Proxyman cert into my Python app?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Thank for the production link. I will check on my end now
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Screen Shot 2019-12-01 at 09.23.26.png
I tried in Insomnia, web browser and curl, Proxyman is able to capture the response from your URL successfully
I suppose that your python app has some problems.
Which framework do you use in your python app to make a request?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
I could reproduce the bug on python with request lib @toicodedoec
let me investigate it :”D
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
import requests
from pprint import pprint

r = requests.get('https://theodoibaochi.com/export/keyword_freq_log.json', verify=False)
r.json()
pprint(r.json())
@toicodedoec we have to disable the SSL Verification by adding verify=False
by default, requests lib and urllib3 will verify the cert and reject all self-signed certificate (Proxyman)
it should we work
Tested on Charles Proxy, Fiddler. Got the same error if we don’t disable the SSL Verification
toicodedoec
@toicodedoec
Hi @NghiaTranUIT, it works now, great!
Thank you so much for your guidance :D
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
You’re welcome :+1: