Windows 11, I’ve tried with cmd and powershell both with normal privileges and run as administrator.
This is happening only on one computer, I can not replicate it on others.
I have my CLI configured and am setting up a token.
.\twitch.exe token -u -s "channel:read:predictions channel:manage:predictions"
The login works perfectly and subsequent attempts skip user authentication. The browser then redirects to:
And the browser says:
Feel free to close this browser window.
This clearly indicates that the CLI has received the response. In fact, if I try to refresh, the host can not be reached, showing that the response was processed and the port was even closed.
However, when I go back to the command prompt, it is still stuck on:
Opening browser. Press Ctrl+C to cancel...
My hope was that this is just a UI bug and the oath was actually finalized, but canceling and then trying to run the API commands I am not authorized.
Any ideas on how I can get around this?
One idea I had was manually setting the OAuth info for the CLI somehow since I can grab it from the URL, but I can’t find any documentation on how to do this.