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Old 09-13-2016, 11:49 PM
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Not a happy bunny! I've just been composing a private message within the forum, and when I hit Send the message was "The text you have entered is too long." No warning in advance, no counter while I was entering the message and by way of icing on the cake, the original message was just discarded instead of presented for editing.
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Although it's not much comfort, that's fairly typical web behaviour. I've had that kind of thing happen any number of times over the years.
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