Ho John, On Nov 30, 3:46 am, John Kalucki jkalu...@gmail.com wrote: I haven't run into this issue yet, but have you tried the count parameter? yes, I have tried with and without the parameter, but I can't get more than 20 retweets. That is to say, if I put a value count=X smaller than 20, I get only X retweets, but if I try with X bigger than 20, I get only 20 retweets. For example, this Mashable's tweet has more than 100 retweets: http://twitter.com/mashable/status/6181809784 However, when I try to access http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/retweets/6181809784.xml?count=100 I only get 20 (latest?) retweets and there's no way to get more. Thank you.
Still no help about this issue? Am I the only one getting this weird behaviour? I tried also with different accounts and different IP addresses, same problem.
I haven't run into this issue yet, but have you tried the count parameter? -John Kalucki http://twitter.com/jkalucki Services, Twitter Inc. On Nov 29, 3:58 pm, Salvo Scellato salvo.scell...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, despite of the fact that the documentation says it's possible to get up to 100 retweets for a given tweet (http://apiwiki.twitter.com/ Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-statuses-retweets), I get only 20 retweets when I call the API method, even if the given tweet has a lot of retweets as it's seen on the Web. Is it a issue? Do we need paging/cursoring, even if there's no info in the reply? Thank you in advance.