✅ Problem With my code from KeyAuth

Hey, Im having problems with my code, im trying to implement Keyauth and im getting these error's JsonConvert JObject JToken
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Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
Can you show what the actual errors are? Squiggly red lines don't tell us much, besides the fact that you may be missing some references.
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
yeah and there also errors here
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
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Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
you still haven't shown what the errors are
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
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CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
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CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
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CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
then these are the errors for this one
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
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Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
well, sounds like you need to add a nuget reference for newtonsoft What library are you trying to use for keyauth?
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
which one?
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
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CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
wdym?
Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
the one at the very top Are you using a nuget package for key auth? Is this something built into .net core / framework?
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
i just installed that do i have to close vs then reopen for the installation to take effect? i think .net core / framework here is there online download for the source code
Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
Are you brand new to c# or something? It feels like you're missing out on a lot of the basics that come with using nuget and libraries in general.
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
Yes
Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
How new are you to programming in general?
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
like I just started so not a whole lot of knowledge I have a project with keyauth implemented in it but someone helped me / basically did it for me now im trying to make a second one and idk what to do
Keswiik
Keswiik2mo ago
I would honestly start with something simpler to familiarize yourself with programming first
Buddy
Buddy2mo ago
What are you trying to make? Why a keyauth?
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
Im making a Gui for computer optimizations (Run more effecient, better for gaming) and I dont want people to share my product with their friends.
Buddy
Buddy2mo ago
So you are ban evading?
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
wdym?
Buddy
Buddy2mo ago
Not a good idea, just apply for an unban.
CyberServices
CyberServices2mo ago
no no this isnt for people that are banned
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