On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 2:31 AM, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> At this point I would recommend creating a new application. If you are still
> having issues deleting the existing one you should be able to rename it to
> something else and delete it later.

I had the same idea. So I did that. Created a new app called "twtr.sh"

You can download it/view the source here (it's a bash script):

Here is a screenshot of app settings (with private bits white-d out
and read & write status highlighted:


Here is a screenshot of my Twitter / Connections


I authorized twurl with twtr.sh's information.

If I run "twtr.sh —verify" (which does a simple 'verify credentials')

returns "twtr.sh: Verified"

twtr.sh --dm tjluoma hello


But I ran it on another computer (where I hadn't updated the keys) and
—verify worked there too, when it shouldn't have.

I guess the question I have now is:

        How do I completely uninstall 'twurl' and then reinstall it?

because the only thing I can guess is that it's screwed up on my
computers somehow.


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