Great feedback, thanks!
1. I'm not entirely sure what "comma aligned" means, but if you mean to say all numbers have a comma and you'd like those commas to be in a vertical line, there's no way to do that in Windows' ListView control. Windows can
right-align text in the columns, but Fiddler doesn't directly expose a way to do that. You can do the following inside the FiddlerScript's OnBoot
FiddlerObject.UI.lvSessions.Columns.TextAlign = HorizontalAlignment.Right;
Where "2" is the index of your custom column.
In the next build, custom numeric columns will automatically be right-aligned.
2. Can you tell me more about what specifically you're seeing, or perhaps include a screenshot? Have you changed your Font options inside Tools > Fiddler Options > Appearance? Does your system have the font
"Lucida Console" installed?
3. Thanks for pointing this out. Interestingly, the .NET Framework does not define a grammar for separators in timespans, only in specific time values. I expect there's some mechanism that can be used in Excel to enable a non-locale separator, or you could use a simple search & replace operation.
4. Can you explain what "Request" column you are referring to? If this is one of the RequestSize or RequestBodySize columns, I've added digit grouping for the next update.
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