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> The Most Important Thing From Stuffplug, All I Would Need.
post Feb 8 2009, 07:29 AM
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I saw the post saying TB would have to rewrite the whole code for WLM 9 so now Stuffplug is pretty much dead but he's collecting suggestions to see what people would like to see for a light program. Well as for me, the only thing I absolutely need is something to "remove" the character limit. Finaly after a few months, MSN Plus made the version v4.80 which is now compatible with the 2009 version so I'm not able to post 1100 caracters instead of the ridiculous 400 from default value... but why the hell did this idiot only chose 1100 for the value if he got to change it?!? If I could change it I wouldn't set it 2,75x higher but at least 5x higher because I know I will still be limited with 1100, but at least more like "sometimes" instead of "absolutely all the time" that I write a message to somebody. mellow.gif
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post Feb 9 2009, 03:00 AM
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You cannot "remove" the character limit. Patchou set it at 1100 because that is a reasonable amount to be required without needing to spam people (more or less, paraphrasing).TB put it up to the maximum possible, that is 5000.

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