gLabels 3.2.0

A lightweight and Open Source software for creating business cards and labels on GNOME
gLabels is an open source graphical application written in GTK+ for the GNOME desktop environment and designed to allow users to create labels and business cards.

gLabels is designed in such a way that it can work with various laser or ink-jet peel-off business card and label sheets that you will find on most office supply stores.

The software can use the following barcode backends: GNU Barcode 0.98+, QREncode 3.1.0+, IEC16022 0.2.4+, and LIBZINT 2.4.0+. Moreover, it can also use Evolution Data Server 2.28.0 or later as an optional merge backend.

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last updated on:
October 29th, 2013, 9:02 GMT
developed by:
Jim Evins
license type:
GPL v3 
ROOT \ Printing


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gLabels - The main window, where users can design business cards and labels
What's New in This Release:
  • Fixed bug causing object editor to remain active after object deleted.
  • Embed text directly to printsrteam rather than outline.
  • Added workaround for pango kerning bug: pango-cairo bug #700592.
  • Fixed many gtk+ deprecations.
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