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Re: READING THE EXCHANGE
- Subject: Re: READING THE EXCHANGE
- From: SYSOP
- Date: 27 Jun 1990 10:58:23
Yes, you can read messages backwards, forwards, or start somewhere in the
middle. You can also start reading exactly where you left off last time.
To pick up where you left off, press for new.
To read backwards, press for backwards.
You can also "read" messages non-stop. They scroll by too fast to read, really,
but you can probably configure your communications software to capture all the
text as it scrolls. Then you can read messages at your leisure after you hang
up. Let's say you want to read the ew messages, non-stop. First, tell the
communications software to capture stuff (in Procomm Plus, for instance, you
press ALT-F1). Then press N for new, N for pause between messages, and 2 for
always follow reply chains. Stuff screams by, and is captured to disk as it