I'm not sure how many different ways this can be stated and how clearer I could have made it in the last posts. It is impossible to redirect HTTPS to a transparent proxy and have it work. There is no combination of firewall rules, filter rules, or proxy configuration to make it work. You asking the same question in different ways will only net the same answer to your question.
The 'S' in HTTPS stands for 'secure'. If you are able to transparently redirect and proxy/filter/see into that secure connection, it's not very secure now is it? The whole point of it is the data is encrypted from the client to the server, and that nothing should be able to intercept it and read it without the clients permission. If that security is not in place, then the connection is broken since the data cannot be trusted.