Is there a size limit for the txt files to be viewed in the ipod ?

when I pass a text file (.txt) in the notes folder, then I try to see it on my ipod nano, I can see just a part of it, the beginning. Is there a size limit for the .txt files to be viewed in the ipod nano? How to increase it?

4kByte file size, 1000 notes max.

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