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gLabels

gLabels is a lightweight program for creating labels and business cards for the GNOME desktop environment. It is designed to work with various laser/ink-jet peel-off label and business card sheets that you'll find at most office supply stores.

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  •  07 Jun 2010 02:50

    Release Notes: This is the first development snapshot of the 2.3 branch in preparation for glabels 3.0. This release includes numerous user interface modifications and a major refactoring of the codebase.

    •  20 Apr 2010 12:56

      Release Notes: This release fixes a crash that makes glabels completely unusable on the latest distributions which use GNOME 2.30 (GLib 2.24.0 in particular).

      •  03 Mar 2010 02:40

        Release Notes: This release fixes a couple minor bugs. It also includes several new and updated translations of the application and manual.

        •  11 Nov 2009 17:18

          Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs. It also includes updated user documentation and translations.

          •  01 May 2009 01:45

            Release Notes: This release fixes a set of problems that made glabels unusable on the latest distributions which use GNOME 2.26 and GTK 2.16.

            Recent comments

            14 Jul 2009 19:44 ShelbyComm

            Sanguine or Steve walsh,
            Could anyone help me with making the LJSL5-Y3
            thanks

            10 Apr 2009 13:05 shaywalters

            I found this to work quite well. I noticed that anything that saves a filename uses an absolute path, so you can't create a glabels file and give it to a different user and have it work. This applies to pixdata as well as merge file names. It would be useful to have an option to have path-names stored as home-relative names ("glabels/merge.txt" rather than "/home/username/glabels/merge.txt").
            Aside from that, I like it very much.

            24 Jun 2008 12:15 stevewalsh

            Re: Excellent Software


            > I created a template for Panduit patch

            > cord label sheets in about 10 minutes

            > and the labels printed perfectly on the

            > first try. It saved me from having to

            > buy Panduit's software.

            Hi Sanguine

            Any chance you could pass onto me the XML for the panduit labels? I've got a pack of LJSL5-Y3 label's I need to print up, and for the life of me I can't get them to line up on my printer.

            thanks

            28 Oct 2006 19:06 sanguine

            Excellent Software
            I created a template for Panduit patch cord label sheets in about 10 minutes and the labels printed perfectly on the first try. It saved me from having to buy Panduit's software.

            18 Mar 2003 22:31 Muttonhead

            Curves
            Nice project. I would like to have text align with a curve as in a round cd label because it's hard to get all the text to fit using a square box. Another nice addition would be the ability to pull in a cd cover image and track info via cddb automatically. All this would be for the round label, not the jewell case which is a waste of time IMO. This is the best labeling project I've tested in Linux yet.

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