I've done a fresh install of drupal 7.18, twitter 5.3, and oauth 3.0.

Going to user/1/edit shows no twitter sub-tab.
Going to user/1/edit/twitter shows only a save button.

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mattsmith3’s picture

Update:
Clean install- one per test: versions 5.0 to 5.3 stable, and 5.x-dev all show the same error. So does 3.3, in fact. It's not working on anything but 3.x-dev.

I did not test the 4.x versions. Looks like all this 5.x work has been done within the last month, since Dec 24.

juampy’s picture

I have got the feeling that you used a Drush version that does not clear cache when you enable the module. That causes the form ton add account not to work.

warmth’s picture

Status:Active» Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

Same happening here...

mattsmith3’s picture

But shouldn't clearing the cache after fix that? I did use drush... but I pulled down each do an environment with only drupal core, twitter (all 5 versions: 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, and 5.x-dev), and oauth. For each I tried the oauth stable and dev as well. In addition, I cleared caches and rebuilt registry just for good measure.

What is your recommendation? Do you mean by mentioning the Drush version that I should try to pull from git?

sonoutlaw’s picture

See this http://drupal.org/node/1882744 for more info

juampy’s picture

Version:7.x-5.3» 7.x-5.x-dev
Status:Postponed (maintainer needs more info)» Active

True, I did not realize this is a duplicate of #1882744: No Twitter Association Form.

I am not sure if we should pull back again the ability to add a twitter account to a user profile. I suggested a solution at http://drupal.org/node/1882744#comment-6917950.

Could anybody wanting this tell me his use case?

warmth’s picture

I will be cool to see a simple option like the one on Drupal for Facebook when you edit a profile to disconnect/revoke the access to the Facebook account.

mattsmith3’s picture

Thanks everyone for the quick action on this!

@comment #6 That's how I've always remembered this module working... though I also like the centralized approach that you've done for certain use cases.

I don't like sending all users to admin/* areas when I don't have to- and the per account approach is a nice way around that when you need several users to have twitter accounts. In my case, I am looking for many users tied to twitter accounts. Perhaps this functionality could be ported to sub module? Can both options exist side by side?

authintmedia’s picture

Why are we discussing giving users access to admin page for whatever reason, I think it would be logical to bring page individual twitter account association per user.
The user case put forth can have privacy implications also.

Colorful Tones’s picture

Version:7.x-5.x-dev» 6.x-5.0-beta1
Category:bug» feature

I would like to see this come back. Wish it was in upgrade notes too, because I had some mad users when I upgraded oops, it is in release notes :-(
I'm thinking I'm going to have to downgrade to bring back the option.

Also, I had to apply patch to all Profile URL to show up in Views, and wish this was pushed to stable version.

rp121’s picture

Priority:Normal» Major

Is there a plan to enable the ability to allow drupal users to add/link their own twitter accounts to their drupal user? I feel like this is a pretty big piece that is missing. Per project description, this feature should still be available when upgrading from 3.x to 5.x but I don't see it, so now I'm scrambling to revert or find a solution that will allow this.

juampy’s picture

Title:twitter tab at user accounts not showing» Restore adding a Twitter account from a user profile
Version:6.x-5.0-beta1» 6.x-5.x-dev
Status:Active» Needs work
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Restored adding a Twitter account from a user profile.

http://drupalcode.org/project/twitter.git/commitdiff/38d701a

Here are some screenshots of how it looks like:

1. Users can manage their Twitter accounts at user/uid/edit > Twitter Accounts:

add_accounts.png

2. Once added, they are listed in the user profile:

user_profile.png

3. Each profile is linked to a view that lists them in a fancy way. /tweets lists all tweets from everyone.

tweets.png

4. Administrators can manage all Twitter accounts at admin/config/services/twitter and see who added each one:

twitter_admin.png

I will release a new version for Drupal 7 now. Then back port this work for Drupal 6.

rp121’s picture

Great addition! Thanks a ton for this. Let me know if I can help in anyway to backport to 6.x. I have a larger client that is eager to get this functionality applied to d6. Thanks, again.

juampy’s picture

Status:Needs work» Fixed
rp121’s picture

You're a rockstar! Thanks a million!

sonoutlaw’s picture

That is absolutely awesome juampy! Thanx

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.