It doesn't yet, but I can certainly add the ability to set this.
Could you provide some context regarding why you need this? I just want to know more details because that could influence how I design this feature.
Let me know and I'll get stated on this; it shouldn't be too hard.
This has been added in version 1.1. You can specify the user-agent string on the input manager page or select from a dialog which includes a list of user-agents.
Hi Luke, Thanks for developing this app and supporting it.
I am attempting to scrape a website and receive a HTTP 403 forbidden. I encountered a similar issue when I was using liburl2 in a python script. The website in question is blocking the user agent string so I was looking for a work around. I thought you might be using something similar so a quick edit of one of your scripts may be an option if possible. If you decided to add this into the tool, you may have a drop down for common user agent strings, that can also allow people to modify them.