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During chat, there is a rare occasion that one might see an exceptionally large chat message. To stop it from consuming everything, chat politely cuts it down and gives you a link to see the full text.

You can't do this through the transcript. At best, you can check the history, but this doesn't really cut the bill: the "current state" will still be truncated, and the "old state" will have lost all of the formatting.

Can we have the ability to expand a truncated message in the transcript?

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There ya go :) alt text

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Excellent! Tested just now, and it works very smoothly. Thank you much! – Grace Note Jan 13 '11 at 15:23
    
You're da man @balpha! – The Unhandled Exception Jan 13 '11 at 15:28

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