Is your original application an OAuth-based, registered application or does
it use Basic Auth? If it uses OAuth, is registered, and is not restricted
for some reason, you should be able to use it for @Anywhere.
Developer Advocate, Twitter
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 6:40 AM, Davide <rapetti.dav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Taylor,
> yes I see the new application, not the older. But, I would like to use
> @anywhere with the older in order to se the original name when someone
> tweet form it.
> for example, this is my first tweet from the application
> http://twitter.com/daviderapetti/status/12455173615 and the user will
> see the name of the new app. Instead a i would like use the older, if
> it's possible.
> really sorry for my ba english :)
> On 19 Apr, 15:26, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com>
> > Hi Davide,
> > Do you see your application on this page:http://dev.twitter.com/apps?All
> > you need to get started with @Anywhere is to verify that your application
> > has read/write privileges (which will be made easier soon), and use your
> > consumer key as your API key. Your callback URL must correspond to the
> > subdomain and domain you're executing @Anywhere on. I find it is best to
> > create a new application athttp://
> > than re-use an existing application.
> > Taylor Singletary
> > Developer Advocate, Twitterhttp://twitter.com/episod
> > On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 6:05 AM, Davide <rapetti.dav...@gmail.com>
> > > Hi, i already have an application that's called TwitterItalia.it and
> > > (i suppose) it's in the whitelist from at least 2 years.
> > > Accessing tohttp://dev.twitter.com/anywhere/i can't see it. Have i
> > > to create another app to use @anywhere inhttp://www.twitteritalia.it
> > > ? thanks
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