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Publish_actions requested in Facebook Authentication Dialog even when it is not specified

Take a look at this if you are going to implement Open-Graph actions in your existing Facebook apps. I get a Facebook application that requests only birthday and email permission from the user. ¬†Recently, I planned to added the “Read” … Continue reading

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The most historic opened bug in Facebook Bugzilla

For how long can a bug remains opened in Facebook Bugzilla? By doing a search in the Bugzilla, the following bug is found. Bug 453 – count function in fql It was open in Oct2007!¬† Hopefully, that is not a … Continue reading

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Facebook officially asks me to hack its Tool!

While I am happy with the new Facebook Developer App, I found recently that the maximum length support for the “canvas page” field is 2-char less than what we have in the old Developer App. A bug report was therefore … Continue reading

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Facebook closes reported bugs with a nice “this is by design” reason

Facebook tell us to test our apps by using test users. OK, I do that…. but there are cases where I found problems in using test users. For example: if you update the test user’s profile pic, you won’t be … Continue reading

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Hot Facebook Bug of the Month – Cannot Submit App to App Directory

I don’t think there will be any doubt that the hottest bug we have on the Facebook platform recently is “We cannot submit app to Facebook’s App Directory”. I have made a thread in the Facebook Developer Forum sticky so … Continue reading

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Application Review Tab disappeared – Facebook Bug?

Yesterday, one of my clients had drawn my attention to the fact that user cannot make reviews in his application. After taking a look at the issue, it is found that the “Review” tab in the application profile is visible … Continue reading

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