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I have already been helped once by you guys and I was very impressed with your talent so I thought about you now that I have this question:

I have a web app that displays some data for a supplier. I want to demo the app without modifying it and with production data, but I need to hide the name of the supplier whose data is being displayed, to keep the owner of the data anonymous.

Is there any software that can simply replace text on any page on my browser with other text you specify? This app runs over https. I tried with a filter program but didn't work for some reason.

I have heard of Proxomitron and tried it but couldn't get it to work. I wonder if it's because my app runs over https. Can you think of other software I could use?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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