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KeyCopy v1.01 3K TSR copy keystrokes to disk.
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KeyCopy v1.01 3K TSR copy keystrokes to disk.
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KEYCOPY Version 1.01
(c) Copyright Christopher E BoVee 1990

May 23,1991
























Keycopy
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Purpose:
You use KEYCOPY to keep a record of any keyboard activity on your computer.
This includes usage in Wordperfect 5.0,Multimate,Norton Editor. Keycopy copy's
each keystroke to a buffer within the KEYCOPY program area. When the keycopy
buffer has 200 keystrokes in memory, keycopy will copy the buffer to a file
with a date and time stamp. The file default is c:\keycopy. You can specify
drive,subdirectory and file name by having the parameter file called KC.PRM
in the subdirectory where KEYCOPY is executed from. If you change the KC.PRM
file and want the change to take effect with keycopy. The computer will have
to be rebooted, and Keycopy executed again. Keycopy has been tested and used
with DOS 3.3 and 4.0 and uses less than 3k of memory.

If the text file KC.PRM contains the following :

C:\EXAMPLE\ALIAS.MEE

If the text above is in the KC.PRM file when Keycopy is executed, the next
time the keycopy buffer is dumped to the disk, the information will be
written to DRIVE SUBDIRECTORY FILE NAME

Keycopy can be forced to dump the buffer to the disk by pressing CTRL &
RIGHT SHIFT. Keycopy will only write to the disk if there is some keystrokes
pending in the keycopy buffer. If you have a 2 minute period of no key
activity, KEYCOPY will write the buffer and the time/date stamp to the disk.




Putting Keycopy on your system with a hard disk :

COPY A:KEYCOPY.COM C:\ /VCOPY'S THE PROGRAM KEYCOPY FROM THE KEYCOPY
DISK DRIVE A TO THE HARD DRIVE C ROOT
DIRECTORY.

To activate KEYCOPY type :

KEYCOPY

You can tell that KEYCOPY has been sucessfully activated when the copyright
and the CTRL-RSHIFT buffer write message appears. Keycopy is now activated.
You can now press the ENTER key, then the CTRL & RIGHT SHIFT. You should see
the hard disk light flash once.

To display what keycopy has been dumping to the disk :

TYPE C:\KEYCOPY|MORE

When you type this, the keycopy text file will display a page full and
stop. To look at the next page press the ENTER key. By doing this you can
scan down the KEYCOPY text file and look at the keyboard activity. You may
want to use an editor to look at this file, so you can scan up and down the
file. If you are using a editor to look at the KEYCOPY file do not save
changes when exit the editor, this will mess up the file pointers in the
file. A file editor good for examining the keyboard activity file is LIST.COM
or NE.COM 1.5.

To disable header when executing Keycopy, enter the following.
Keycopy >junk {this will redirect the display output from keycopy to
a file called junk.}


This Keycopy version may be distributed and copyed if without
charge. If you are using KEYCOPY and find it of value, you may
get a registered copy on 3 1/2 or 5 1/4 for $10. Make checks payable
in U.S. dollars to Chris E. BoVee. Thank you.



Chris BoVee
Box 7821
Hollywood, Fl. 33081

or

Prodigy No. GHKB19A



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