Custom Content-Types for responses Content-Type Preferences Set a custom Content-Type Set regular expressions Custom Content-Types for responses¶ Settings and Preferences Custom Response Content-Types Read server response Request Options HTTP libraries There are cases where servers are returning non-standard Content-Type headers, and where you still would like Paw to display your responses nicely. Content-Type Preferences¶ In the Preferences (under the Paw menu), pick the Response tab. It features a table where you can match Content-Types to display formats. Set a custom Content-Type¶ Imagine a web server hosts JPEG images with a Content-Type: img/jpeg (which is invalid, it should be image/jpeg), by default Paw won’t understand this, but you can add a new line matching this Content-Type to an Image. Set regular expressions¶ Alternatively, you can set regular expressions to match more generic Content-Types (e.g. .*json.* will match anything containing json). Check the box in the Regex column.