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Andrew Vernon <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 29 May 1992 23:10:08 CDT
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On Fri, 29 May 1992 18:03:24 CST Jeremy Butler said:
>    Ben, I figure that this might help out with SCREEN-L FILELIST and the
>    posting of Mac-originated files there.  So, I think it's entirely
>    appropriate for discussion here.
>    I tend to have my DOS blinders on when trying to figure out this sort
>    of stuff.  The Macolytes among us will have to keep me informed on how
>    Mac files can be sent over the nets.
 Caught ya red-handed, you C> Prompt type, you. I think either RTF or BinHex
can do the trick. although it would be a little of a  chore to tell everyone
where an MS-DOS Un-BinHex program is, it'd mean cross-platform compatibility.
There should be a way around all of these things.
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