For our website, we do a lot of automated tests. So, recently I've just written a method using Facebook Graph API that create a wall post on feed. This method works when I test it live using real facebook accounts. However, when I use facebook test users (with permission set to "publish_stream"), then I get 403 forbidden.
Successive-cyclic movement of EA either stops if a potential goal enters the derivation or if EA occurs at the edge of an island and any further step involved movement out of this island. Let us have a closer look at the second scenario. What is crucial for the HTC is that the availability of Agree and movement are dissociated since extraction out of islands must be prohibited, whereas licensing of control into (certain) islands under Agree must be possible. Therefore it is important to keep in mind that although accessibility (i.e. being at the very least at the phase edge of the previous phase) is a precondition for both Agree and movement, this is not yet a sufficient condition for the latter. In the case of islands, movement within the island (i.e. in particular to the edge of the highest phase contained in it) is not restricted; it is movement beyond which is forbidden. 2b1af7f3a8