Re: maximum characters in a text box (how to say)
256 characters or fewer
The solution for me would be "Text entry is limited to 256 characters".
The style guide I'm using doesn't have a recommendation. I'm writing for an
I'd like to be a fly on the wall when the text entry box won't take more than 128 characters because the international user is keyboarding a double-byte character set.
Congratulations, Ned! Once again a tech writer discovers a possible
bug in a specification. Will anybody at the original questioner's
employer listen, or has the concrete all hardened into place?
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