[Barcode Generator]

Publisher: Naked Software
Category: Office
Shared by: blenderfan
On: 2021-08-02 22:42:46
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2005

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What is [Barcode Generator]?

This is a program that (surprise!) generates barcodes. It supports many of the common one dimensional linear barcodes including Code 39, Code 39 Extended, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8, PostNet, Codabar, Modified Plessy (MSI), Modified Plessy (Hex Variant), Planet Barcode and Japan Post Barcode. Barcodes can be printed, copied to the clipboard or dragged to any other application that accepts PDF data from the Drag pasteboard. Barcodes can also be exported as TIFF, EPS or PDF files.

Much of the source code will eventually become a free, open source Cocoa framework for generating barcodes. It is relatively easy to extend the framework to add support for new symbologies.

Feedback is greatly appreciated.

This version updates the Japanese localization and adds support for the Japan Post Barcode symbology, adds better captioning mechanism, especially for symbologies with a center "break" (UPC-A, EAN-13) (thanks again to Sato Akira for both of these). Fixes a bug with the width, height, and font-size controls where using the steppers caused the value to jump unexpectedly to the default values.  
 


Download [Barcode Generator] for Mac

Barcode-Generator-1.0b8.dmg (739.15 KiB / 756.89 KB)
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Architecture


IBM PowerPC



Compatibility notes


Emulating this? It should run fine under: QEMU




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