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Option - Disable Smart Truncate

Description

For select Networks, including Twitter, you can disable smart content truncation feature offered by LinksAlpha.com. Smart Truncate feature breaks content at optimum location so that words don't get clipped in between. For example, if you want to publish the content - "Technology Industry Extends a Hand to Struggling Print Media" to a social network that allows only 50 characters to be published, LinksAlpha would publish "Technology Industry Extends a Hand to Struggling" using the smart truncate feature, instead of "Technology Industry Extends a Hand to Struggling P". However, in certain languages, for example mandarin, space character cannot be treated similar to english language. As a result it would be required for the content to get clipped at the exact allowed string length. Such users can switch off the Smart Truncate feature by checking the option for "Disable Smart Truncate"


Usage

Check the option for "Disable Smart Truncate" in the Option input box. For example:


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