Sometimes 140 characters is just not enough. That's why I came up with one of Tweebie's great new features: InfiniTweet. Soon, the days of manually copying and pasting your thoughts in multiple tweets will be gone.
As you type and exceed the character limit, the Compose Tweet-window will split up and will put your cursor (including the word you were typing) into a new text field. If you want, you can even let Tweebie number your tweets, e.g. [2/3].
about 2 years ago
This is a great concept!
The awesomeness... Damned.. This is looking good man!
Yes! Can't wait to see more!
The only thing I notice is that the borders around the buttons are a bit blurry.
@Yakim van Zuijlen: Indeed looks like that, but they're not: http://cl.ly/0J0j0I2f0i3U0Z1n2v3Q
You should append the tweet to include the ellipsis (...) to the end of the first tweet and the start of the next one.
@Chris Herbert: This will be possible :)
But how does the character counter work? Why does it count up?
@Yakim van Zuijlen: It counts up because you have no limit in Tweebie; it opens another text field when you exceed the character limit.
@Doney den Ouden I think you have to make a option to count it up or downwards, because I don't prefer it this way.
You broke the Twitter.
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