For now, consider everything @Anywhere does with callback urls a
transparent implementation detail. The callback you supply really is
to establish the domain and subdomain of your application. @Anywhere
works by using the current page for it's callback operations.
On Wednesday, April 14, 2010, jtcalhoun <jtcalh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> @Anywhere's "Connect with Twitter" flow appears to use the requesting
> site's root url as the callback url, rather than the callback url
> specified in the Application details. Can this be changed?
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