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ANSI color stops on very long paragraphs of text.

 
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reality3k



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PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2009 9:27 am    Post subject: ANSI color stops on very long paragraphs of text. Reply with quote

Minor issue. On very long strings of text affected by ansi, the ansi stops. Likely due to some form of MAX_STRING setting?

As an example. In the following paragraph the ansi stops on the line 5 from the bottom starting with "not disappear."

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The meeting was brief. It had definitely happened, though it was not
revealed how the Council had learned of the betrayal. A quiet Chai'din -
though you cannot bring yourself to consider it a Chai'din - that you
yourself had met once or twice, briefly, had somehow escaped beyond the
planet and returned to its original faction. There was little else known of
this Ka'lee, though Jain had indicated that this Ka'lee was a prominent
figure from his past, and that he had hoped that things would be different.
None of the council blamed Jain for this, as each of them realized that had
Jain not taken the chance with them as well, they would not be there. You
pause to reflect on the Ka'lee's behaviour while it was on the planet. He
had always seemed downcast and resigned, though definitely not angry. You
remember that uniquely now, as you recall the eagerness with which he
wanted to help, wanted to learn, but with an underlying sadness that did
not disappear. It seemed, you think, that he was both happy and sad at
having found peace at last. However, you remind yourself, this Ka'lee had
in one split second possibly destroyed everything you have tried to build
with the others for many years now, and you would never forgive him for
that.


Completely cosmetic and of little importance, but I thought I might mention it.
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PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2009 10:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Could be caused by packet fragmentation, which can be fixed by setting #config {packet patch} to a value between 0.5 and 1.
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