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200 characters instead of 100 in a playlist name and 512 characters instead of 300 in a description

200 characters instead of 100 in a playlist name and 512 characters instead of 300 in a description






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Windows 10



you can inspect element on a playlist name and change the 100 in (maxlength="100") to 200 and it will save. (200 is the max any higher will reset.)


You can do the same thing to the description, changing 300 in (maxlength="300") to 512 (512 is the max.)


Example Here:

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Please, for the love of god, be more specific in regard to how it's done. I am rather eager to try this for myself; however, despite you hinting at an "inspect element" trick, I cannot figure it out. Your analysis of this loophole is haphazard and vague. To reiterate, I would love if you would delve into the specificities on this, so that I can try it myself.


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