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Header Inject


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Ben HerfurthFeb 20, 2024

okayish. adds the header to ALL requests. you are not able to specidy url filters or something.

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Arnie97Sep 15, 2023

Simple and just works

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Patrick NelsonAug 9, 2023

Extremely simple, but it works like a charm! It's open source, too. Just make sure that when you're using it that you pay attention to main enable/disable button at the top and also in the right-click menu (otherwise it may seem like it's not working).

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Adam ReeceJul 27, 2022

Doesn't work. Tried to inject a header for authentication on a development environment site, it did no such thing. (Flicked the unclear enabled/disabled button too, no change.) The UI to add a header annoyingly disappears when trying to paste things into it.

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J GulanDeveloperAug 19, 2022

Hi Adam. What is your OS and Chrome version please? I can confirm the extension is working as intended on Windows 10 with Chrome 104.0.5112.102: and many others are using the extension without any issues. You need to enable the individual header override and also ensure the global toggle is set to 'enabled' - see the linked screenshot. The popup window disappears if you click outside it, which is not behaviour we can control. If you would like to open the extension's settings in a dedicated tab, then right-click the extension's icon and select options.

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