Exact info I needed. Thanks for clarification!
K

On Sep 7, 7:02 am, jaronbarends <jaronbare...@gmail.com> wrote:
> When a user denies your app access, it says something like "you denied
> YourAppName access..." The text "YourAppName" is a link, and when the
> users clicks that, he gets redirected to your callback url, with an
> additional parameter denied=someLongVariable.
>
> So you can catch this scenario easily by looking for the denied
> getvar, but it will only work if the user decides to click the link
> back to your app.
>
> On Sep 7, 6:49 am, K <kuts...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Hi,
> > When twitter user denies access to my application, it just gets
> > redirected to the "denied" page and callback URL never gets called. I
> > would like to handle the situation  better when access is denied..I
> > saw bunch of similar posts in 2009, just wondering if this feature
> > ever got implemented, and if so, if I can find a relevant
> > documentation on how to implement this...
>
> > Thank you for your help!
> > K- Hide quoted text -
>
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