Did you acquire a new token before trying to post again?  I'm not
positive, but if you didn't, it may be that the old token only had
read permissions and didn't get updated to read/write when you changed
your settings.

On Apr 23, 7:17 am, Jeremy <jehe...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> I am having an issue with one of my apps. I set it up correctly I
> think, when I do tests through the API console 
> onhttp://dev.twitter.com/console,
> it posts just fine, and my app has read/write access level.
>
> However on my site, whenever I try to post a new tweet, the tweet
> process seems to go without any error messages, but nothing gets
> posted on my twitter account.
> I have checked it with Firebug, there is in fact an error, I get a 401
> Unauthorised status forhttps://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/update.json.
> It says "Read-only application cannot POST".
>
> I consequently changed my app settings, and indeed it was read only at
> first, but even after changing it to read/write, the problem remains.
> Any idea where it could come from? What can I do to solve the issue?
>
> Thank you!
>
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