Suggestion Can the sig line limit be extended?

SapphireLightning

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It is set to be rather short and as long as it doesn't get abused a limit of 256 character would be nice. I have had some funny ideas for a sig line here, but it won't fit and loses its meaning when cut.

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O.M.G! A fellow Commodore 64 enthusiast! Who is also a vegan! This is almost too good to be true!
Once I am down to one job (this winter) I will be getting started in earnest on my C64 game. Too bad I no longer have the hardware, but I can develop using an emulator in strict mode. Just a small project, but I hope it brings me back to my Commode 64 days. List of Commodore computers this pone has owned as a child: C64 (plus a bunch of extras and extra 1541 drives the principal of my grade school gave me :) ), C128D, SX64 (traded a pocket computer with a classmate for that one), A1200 (tricked out with a good CPU/FPU card and 8 megs of fast ram), A500 (bought off of classmate to run my BBS back in the day.)
I still remember using the daisy wheel printer I had for my C64/C128D back when I had a teacher who had a strict "NO WORDPROCESSOR RULE!", just handwritten or typed on typewriter. Don't think the teacher even knew daisy wheel printers were a thing. :D
 

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Once I am down to one job (this winter) I will be getting started in earnest on my C64 game. Too bad I no longer have the hardware, but I can develop using an emulator in strict mode. Just a small project, but I hope it brings me back to my Commode 64 days. List of Commodore computers this pone has owned as a child: C64 (plus a bunch of extras and extra 1541 drives the principal of my grade school gave me :) ), C128D, SX64 (traded a pocket computer with a classmate for that one), A1200 (tricked out with a good CPU/FPU card and 8 megs of fast ram), A500 (bought off of classmate to run my BBS back in the day.)
I still remember using the daisy wheel printer I had for my C64/C128D back when I had a teacher who had a strict "NO WORDPROCESSOR RULE!", just handwritten or typed on typewriter. Don't think the teacher even knew daisy wheel printers were a thing. :D
That is really cool - impressive :) I will write more about my C64 adventures when I have more time. I didn't have as much cool Commodore hardware, but I have done some programming/coding (though it's a looong time ago, in a universe far, far away).