I tried the demo that fails with unauthorized (see my issue I posted - the typical issues in the FAQ don't seem to apply)
I then downloaded the latest code and run it with that (rather than the nuget installed binaries) and I get farther, but it bombs out in LinqToTwitter.OAuthAuthorizer on line 163
request.Headers["user-agent"] = UserAgent;
The exception is:
The 'user-agent' header must be modified using the appropriate property or method.
Which is interesting as in Visual Studio that line is grayed out because of the compile constants not being set, but at run time it hits that code. If I step over that line I then eventually get 400 - Bad Authentication Data (I've set my keys, get prompted
for login by twitter, its only when I go back to I'm assuming enter in the code does this happen)
I work for Microsoft and am interested in using this on an internal project. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!