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Perhaps the overlay size could be clamped at a maximum of 1/3 of the QR code size, and the user could adjust the overlay to be smaller than that maximum value.-Deozaan (February 07, 2023, 02:37 PM)
Perhaps you could add a setting or slider for the user to adjust the size of the overlay?
Again, this is just minor nitpicking for something that doesn't affect the functionality of the QR codes output by this app. So feel free to turn down this request.-Deozaan (February 06, 2023, 03:14 PM)
I mean the overlay is not aligned to the "pixel grid" of the QR code. A QR code is made up of various squares, the size of each square depends on how much data is being embedded into the code. All of these squares have a uniform minimum size for any given QR code. I'm calling the smallest squares "pixels" because they are basically just a single pixel magnified enough to be properly identified by a camera. And the "pixel grid" I'm referring to is just a grid where each cell (or pixel) is the size of these squares.
In my opinion, QR codes would be more aesthetically pleasing if the overlay image snapped its dimensions to a multiple of the "pixel grid" size, so there are no partial squares showing.-Deozaan (February 05, 2023, 06:00 PM)
Not that it much matter, but why does it show my used path with a drive letter of "?" ?-KodeZwerg (February 02, 2023, 06:26 PM)
The Quick Tips in the OP says ?:/ is a kind of macro which represents the same drive the app is on.-Deozaan (February 03, 2023, 01:09 AM)
One minor nitpick/feature request: Is there any way to align the size of the overlay (or its background) to the pixel grid so there's not partial pixels sticking out from behind it? IMO it would generate much more aesthetically pleasing QR codes that way.-Deozaan (February 03, 2023, 01:09 AM)
I didn't realize how old this thread is before I started working on a solution. In any case, it's already done, so here it is anyway.
I believe this should do what you wanted, but do note that I whipped it up in a couple of hours, so it's definitely not perfect.
PS: The "csv" file is saved right next to the executable.
[ Invalid Attachment ]-GrumpyCoder (December 15, 2022, 11:28 AM)
WildGem 2.00 out now! Still free of charge as this is more a labour of love than a money spinner:
Ton of new features and fixes, but the biggest change is the extensive pool of examples which can selected via the a click from the dropdown menu. They not only teach you how to use the program effectively (with mini documentation for each example), but can be experimented with to your heart's content.
You can also now adjust the font sizes for all panels, and multiple undo/redo is supported throughout. For multi-stage queries, you can now see the matches at each individual stage to see how it affects the final outcome. A full list of features can be found on the home page.
Any suggestions or bugs, let me know!-Twinbee (November 21, 2022, 01:09 PM)
|Application Name||QR Code Warlock|
|Version||1.0.0 build 1|
|Short Description||Allows you to generate qr codes with a web address or text.|
|Supported OSes||Tested on Windows 10 64 bit.|
|Web Page||QR Code Warlock|
|Download Link||QR Code Warlock|
|License||USE/MISUSE AT YOUR OWN RISK! NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND! Currently do not distribute on the web publicly, instead link to the website.|
"1.x Version History - Current Version Cycle"
You know, I've always liked this program. I've kept it on my computer for years.
I know it's been awhile since you've done anything with it, but I do have a list of requests for it if you are still interested in developing it any.-BGM (December 04, 2020, 09:37 AM)