Hi Danny,

Can you post your @anywhere code snippet so we can take a look.

Best,
@themattharris

On Dec 3, 2010, at 2:01, "@Danny_Fr" <danny.fr.m...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I should proof read sometimes. Here is a human readable version of my
> previous post:
> 
> I am trying to develop a little something for myself, using the
> @anywhere framework.
> 
> Everything was kind of working until yesterday.
> Now, I can't connect my app to my account via the "Connect with
> Twitter" button anymore.
> 
> When I took a look at ' https://oauth.twitter.com/2/authorize ' in
> firebug, it appears than the page is requesting "base-lite.js" through
> an ajax call (GET) and failing to do so, outputting a 403 error.
> 
> If I try continuing the process by clicking 'connect', all I get is a
> message 'Sorry but something
> went technically wrong'
> 
> My guess is, since I am using nothing but the default implementation
> shown in the documentation, there is probably something wrong with the
> @anywhere framework, or with my application being blocked by the API
> without me knowing the reasons...
> 
> Does anyone have a clue about what's happening?
> 
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