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This is doable; you need to add the LiveReload port to SquidMan’s configuration file. I figured this out and emailed the developer, who has added the workaround to the SquidMan FAQ.
Here is the explanation and instructions:
LiveReload uses port 35729 to communicate with web clients that are monitoring a page for changes. If you are using SquidMan as a proxy server and it is sitting between your web site and the clients you want to see updates on, you will need to edit the SquidMan template. Locate the following line:
acl SSL_ports port 443
and add after it the following:
acl SSL_ports port 35729
Save your changes and SquidMan should restart Squid automatically to pick up the configuration change.
You should be fine after that!