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tweetdeck-limit-override.js
// ==UserScript==
// @name TweetDeck Cramming
// @namespace http://tampermonkey.net/
// @version 0.1
// @description Allow 280 characters in a Tweet sent from TweetDeck automatically
// @author Erydactyl and Zemnmez
// @run-at document-idle
// @match https://tweetdeck.twitter.com/*
// @grant *
// ==/UserScript==
var stopcondition = false;
interval = setInterval(function(){
if (stopcondition==false) {
if (/New Tweet/i.test (document.body.innerHTML) ) {
TD.services.TwitterClient.prototype.makeTwitterCall = function(b, e, f, g, c, d, h) {
c = c || function() {};
d = d || function() {};
b = this.request(b, {
method: f,
params: Object.assign(e, {
weighted_character_count: !0
}),
processor: g,
feedType: h
});
return b.addCallbacks(function(a) {
c(a.data);
}, function(a) {
d(a.req, "", a.msg, a.req.errors);
}), b;
};
twttrTxt = Object.assign({}, twttr.txt, {
isInvalidTweet: function() {
return !1;
},
getTweetLength: function() {
return twttr.txt.getTweetLength.apply(this, arguments) - 140;
}
});
stopcondition = true;
}
}
},500);
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@narutochatsrcool narutochatsrcool commented Sep 30, 2017

Please make one for the updated script! ( https://gist.github.com/Zemnmez/ffb5449d873d5407c7172534b762ae46#file-tweetdeck-limit-override-dm-rt-fix-js ) I don't know how to do this myself.

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@CollinChaffin CollinChaffin commented Oct 1, 2017

Frustrated that like most I was not blessed with the new 280 char tweeting, and the "fixes" out there don't work anymore, I decided to fix :) As as a fully automatic #Greasemonkey #Tampermonkey script here: http://bit.ly/unlock280 Get your #280tweets on while you can! :)

Kickass

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@clarkbaker clarkbaker commented Oct 6, 2017

Awesome. Appreciated, but doesn't work anymore

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