I'm using the latest version of linq2twitter to send a invitation DM to user's followers, however the NewDirectMessageAsync() method always return a "Not Found" causing an exception.
Id #32627 | Release:
| Updated: Wed at 9:13 PM by GiancaSoftware | Created: Wed at 9:13 PM by GiancaSoftware
Hi I am using LinqToTwitter to develop a new twitter app for windows phone 8.1 (c# windows phone app) . I am able to do the OAuth authentication using the keys (consumer key and secret) and making...
Id #32626 | Release:
| Updated: Apr 14 at 11:29 AM by anandgrathod | Created: Apr 14 at 11:26 AM by anandgrathod
I am using LinqToTwitter to post tweets. However i am getting this error and i don't know how to fix
Invalid URI: There is an invalid sequence in the string.
Id #32625 | Release:
| Updated: Apr 12 at 8:21 PM by JoeMayo | Created: Apr 12 at 8:21 PM by JoeMayo
I am using the sample code from the documentation and it keeps causing an exception with a 'not recognized' error. Here's the link to the sample:
Id #32624 | Release:
| Updated: Apr 9 at 3:46 PM by ertay | Created: Apr 9 at 3:41 PM by ertay
Has there been any updates that address this issue?
Id #32621 | Release:
| Updated: Mar 25 at 8:25 PM by rrjrheau | Created: Mar 25 at 5:40 PM by JoeMayo
I am using the code shown below that I got from the LinqToTwitter online documentation, to get sample statuses (LinqToTwitter 3.0.2). It's deadlocking. After the await call the UI is completely u...
Id #32619 | Release:
| Updated: Mar 16 at 7:01 PM by roschler | Created: Mar 16 at 7:01 PM by roschler
Hi I have been trying to use the library in PowerShell with no luck, this is my latest attemp:
Id #32617 | Release:
| Updated: Mar 1 at 5:51 AM by JoeMayo | Created: Feb 27 at 4:47 PM by Darkoperator
Having an issue with the UpdateAccountBackgroundImage function.
I cannot upload any image without setting the 'tile' bool to be true. I have tried both byte array and file path string, the ...
Id #32616 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 25 at 3:57 AM by JoeMayo | Created: Feb 25 at 3:57 AM by JoeMayo
Settings the <httpRuntime targetFramework="4.5" /> caused the AuthorizeAsync() to look infinetly and never return nor throw an error.
So I went through the points that the attribute sets. And d...
Id #32612 | Release:
| Updated: Mar 10 at 6:31 AM by WarrenDodsworth | Created: Feb 13 at 8:17 PM by WarrenDodsworth
trying to use the example:
var geoResponse =
from g in twitter.Geo
where g.Type == GeoType.Reverse &&
g.Latitude == 37.78215 &&
g.Longitude == -...
Id #32611 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 11 at 1:41 PM by JoeMayo | Created: Feb 11 at 1:36 PM by JoeMayo