On Jun 23, 2011, at 02:51 , Victoria wrote:

> I assume I just need to switch my real app's type to "Browser" now,
> but I wanted to check—will the users of the old version of my app run
> into any problems if I do this?



As I understand it, the authorization tokens that exist do not change. They 
will just stop being authorized to send or read direct messages. IOW, old 
tokens are being limited in a new way. Your new version will be able to switch 
to new tokens to return a user's capabilities to what they once had.



Anon,
Andrew
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