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Am 16.04.2011 10:23, schrieb Sake Blok:
> On 16 apr 2011, at 09:40, Anders Broman wrote:
>> First time I saw it - [Truncated] i found it a bit ambiguous perhaps it should say
>> [Display Truncated] even if that's a bit longish.
> Or we should put the [truncated] at the end instead of the beginning? Than it is also not to bad to make it longer, so we could even make it [truncated to 240 bytes].
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I think the way this is being done is quite good. For most cases I don't
see the necessity to change this. I just wanted to clearly know about
the meaning in a quite special and particular case.
Recompiling with 0xFFFF helped to fully display the authorization header
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