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Character count appears only when posting new comments but not when editing existing ones and no error appears when limit is exceeded and one tries to save the post [duplicate]

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Closed as duplicate by Mithical‭ on Jun 14, 2021 at 04:25

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: No visible explanation of why too long edited comments are rejected

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Character count appears to me only when posting new comments but not when editing existing ones.

This is a problem for me because it confused me not to understand why I couldn't save a comment which had 511 characters instead of the maximum of 500, without me getting any error.

It happened when I was commenting on an answer here ; a session which contains two separate questions; was already splitted into two separate questions in Physics CD ([1], [2]) and which I think should be deleted.

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