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Is there a way to mod the game to remove the chat post limit? Similar to the WoW addon SoDEndlessChat..When typing into a chat-box, Blizzard stops you from going over 255 characters. SodEndlessChat allows for endless chat and paste of a long message. Long Message Will Be Auto Broken Down Into 255 Character Messages
 
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I don't believe this would be possible. 255 characters is the maximum characters of everything in the game, as it is the value of a byte. It's generally impossible to increase that value. I'm not sure why it would be necessary because all it does is truncate what you say following 255 characters.
Viaron
 
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(2014-12-01, 06:02 AM)Viaron Wrote: I don't believe this would be possible. 255 characters is the maximum characters of everything in the game, as it is the value of a byte. It's generally impossible to increase that value. I'm not sure why it would be necessary because all it does is truncate what you say following 255 characters.

I'm not sure you understand quite what I'm asking. I'm not asking if it can be increased persay..I can type and type and type into the chatbar but only 255 characters of what I originally typed would be shown and like you says, it cuts off everything after that.

What I'm asking is if, I guess the message after that cut off could be somehow 'saved' and the rest of the long message is posted directly after the first part was cut off. Kind of like how you can make multiple messages in a macro like :
/say 'yadda yadda yadda'
/say 'etc....'

Each posts on a new line. I'm just curious because I'm a roleplayer. I can type a LOT for my characters responses sometimes, and it just feels really stiffling sometimes to start typing up a reply to something and finding that it's too long, it gets cut off or doesn't even post at all because it's too long, and then I have to -go back-....try to remember what I'd started to write and shorten it or guestimate where to put a > before it gets cut off to let the other party know that I'm not done writing and try to continue with the thought process of what I'm writing. It kind of breaks the flow of my thoughts.
 
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