NewsForge: gLabels: Ready for Prime Time
Jun 29, 2004, 07:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Barr)
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"gLabels, a GNOME program that makes and prints all sorts of
labels and business cards, seems to be capable of handling just
about any task you throw at it. It's at release 1.93.3, a developer
release on the way to a stable 2.0 version, but it's in very good
"With gLabels, the label design process is simplicity itself.
You begin by picking a template that defines the size and shape of
a label. I counted 232 predefined templates for everything from
name tags to drawer labels to mailing labels to business cards to
CD cover labels. Almost all of those were based on standard Avery
forms, but there were a few oddballs too..."