Dec 292017
 
List of PRODIGY JUMPwords. Plus a PC MAG utility to capture *P* message prints to disk instead of wasting reams of paper.
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List of PRODIGY JUMPwords. Plus a PC MAG utility to capture *P* message prints to disk instead of wasting reams of paper.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
PRN2FILE.ASM 24551 6958 deflated
PRN2FILE.COM 1386 1156 deflated
PRN2FILE.DOC 2090 1035 deflated
PRODJUMP.LST 50688 8171 deflated
READ.ME 1185 697 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file


The PRODJUMP.LST file included in this file was produced thusly:

1. Immediately before running PRODIGY install a TSR similar to
PC MAG'S PRN2FILE which will redirect printer output to a file.
I have included PRN2FILE for your convenience. I invoke it
thusly:

PRN2FILE C:\PRODIGY.CAP

which will capture all printer output to the disk file

2. After you've signed onto *P* hit F6 or JUMP to bring up the jump
window

3. Give a fake JUMPword, such as XYZZY (my personal favorite).
*P* will then tell you "NO SUCH JUMP WORD, WOULD YOU LIKE TO
SEE THE CLOSEST MATCH?" reply YES

4. The next screen will give you some JUMPwords near your fake one,
PLUS an option to PRINT. Tab to the PRINT and hit Enter. After
that, go get some coffee, write the great American Novel, whatever
because the dump to disk takes a while. (5-10 Minutes) After the
"WORKING" icon disappears, you're done. This will also serve to
capture to disk any BBS bulletin prints you may do.

5. After You EXIT *P*, enter "PRN2FILE" by itself to disable the print
capture and flush the buffer.

5. VOILA!!!


Vincent Wilding
HGHB68A




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