KBarcode is a barcode and label printing application for KDE 3. It can be used to print everything from simple business cards up to complex labels with several barcodes, such as article descriptions. KBarcode comes with an easy-to-use WYSIWYG label designer, a setup wizard, batch import of labels (directly from the delivery note), thousands of predefined labels, database managment tools, and translations in many languages. Even printing more than 10,000 labels in one go is no problem for KBarcode. Additionally, it is a simple xbarcode replacement for the creation of barcodes. All major types of barcodes like EAN, UPC, CODE39, and ISBN are supported.
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Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes bugs that prevented using KBarcode on recent distributions. For this reason, workarounds for bugs in Qt 3.3.2 and earlier have been removed, so those versions are no longer supported.
Release Notes: This release fixes the long standing issue with disapearing objects, printing from CSV files, and connecting to CSV files.
Release Notes: This release includes many bugfixes and a greatly improved data import wizard. TBarcode2 detection was fixed and a checksum was implemented. A major bug in printing address labels from the KDE address book was fixed. A new version of Barcode Writer in Pure Postscript was included, which introduces several new barcode types. Importing data is now also possible from fixed format files. The import wizard was optimized to work on really large data files.
Release Notes: This release updates the French translation and fixes text alignment and database access bugs.
Release Notes: If you had problems printing articles from the SQL database, you should upgrade to this release, which fixes some problems in this area. It also includes some other minor bugfixes.