As above in title, my replys are only short, not even 20 words at times, so what is happening......
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My system http://www.whathifi.com/forum/your-system/lounge-tart-uppt-1
It's not content but the length of title it objects to.
Some people try to put the entire question/query into the title rather than choose a concise title and expand on it in the comment box.
You have just done the same thing here. (I had to shorten your subject title to reply.)
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It's the 'Subject' of the reply that's giving you a problem - for example, the title of this one was 84 characters so I had to shorten it.
A trickier fix to implement than you'd imagine, but I'm sure somebody will get to it at some point...
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Arrhh Thank you..learn something new every day
Now you know
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Any time soon? It's a pain in the rear....
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Oh come on. How many times are titles greater than 64 characters, and how much effort does it take to shorten them when they are?
In fairness, it is a major PITA if you're casually replying to something on a phone. Select near right, scroll to r, delete slowly then far too fast....
I'll get my coat...
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All too often!!
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