I would love to use the "Connect with Twitter" @Anywhere function but
I would need to use it in a secure enviroment - that is under SSL.
I first tried this when @Anywhere was first launched adn gave up
thinking that perhaps it's a little too early?
Having recently returned to it, I was disapointed to discover that the
situation doesn't seem to have changed.

Does anyone know if this is possible? Simply adding an "s" to
http://platform.twitter.com/anywhere.js doesn't work, I wonder if
there's another unpublished URL, or if Twitter have any plans to
impliment this.

I'd prefer to use @Anywhere over oAuth, but may not have a choice :-(

Thanks

Justin

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