I have recently updated a Java application that uses Twitter4j 4.0.6 to add the extended_tweet parameter to my Twitter API calls (for api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/show/).
It works fine BUT retweets are truncated, see below (this I have extracted from the response I got directly with Postman, no middle-man software)
“text”: “RT @Someone: blahblahblah this is 140 characters long AND is truncated despite what attribute below says \u2026”,
“truncated” : true <why ?>
Am I missing something here ? I have checked https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/tweets/tweet-updates again and again but it does not get into specifics regarding retweets.
Do I absolutely have to make another call to Twitter (specifically ask for the original Tweet’s status, or something alike) to get the non-truncated original Tweet full text ? (I’m 99% positive I will have to but confirmations/comments cannot hurt)
I have altered the IDs and content because it doesn’t matter, if you need an actual Tweet ID that gives me the same result, there is 986657135860822016, for instance.
(ps. cross-posted from https://stackoverflow.com/q/50062453/1130594)