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I'm running the following code to set a limit on characters in a textarea:

(function($){ 
 $.fn.extend({  
     limit: function(limit,element) {

        var interval, f;
        var self = $(this);

        $(this).focus(function(){
            interval = window.setInterval(substring,100);
        });

        $(this).blur(function(){
            clearInterval(interval);
            substring();
        });

        substringFunction = "function substring(){ var val = $(self).val();var length = val.length + carriages;if(length > limit){$(self).val($(self).val().substring(0,limit));}";
        if(typeof element != 'undefined')
            substringFunction += "if($(element).html() != limit-length){$(element).html((limit-length<=0)?'0':limit-length);}"

        substringFunction += "}";

        eval(substringFunction);



        substring();

    } 
}); 
})(jQuery);

The area my users are entering text into can fit a maximum of 1500 characters. The problem is that it can only fit a maximum of 10 lines. If they enter 25 characters on one line before entering a carriage return, the characters total needs to be at 150, not 26.

How can I accomplish this?

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