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QFaxReader

   0.3.1  

KDE Graphic Viewer

Score 75%
QFaxReader
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  1553
Submitted:  Dec 6 2004
Updated:  Oct 6 2006

Description:

QFaxReader is a multipage monochrome/color TIFF/FAX viewer

Features:
* multi-page monchrome/color tiff/fax file support
* fullscreen mode
* correctly display fax images in any resolution
* an aliases database for replacing fax IDs with real names
* image transformation (left or right rotation, vertical flipping)
* image export into any format supported by the Qt installation
* auto-refresh and notification of new facsimiles
* a sidebar for easy directory navigation
* printing mono and color tiffs (with multipage per sheet capability)
* arbitrary scaling (normal/smooth) with fit support
* internationalization support
* CID support




Changelog:

* printing engine can generate ps level 2/3
* printing engine can print color tiffs
* some minor bugfixes




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 good project

 
 by koral on: Apr 14 2005
 
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If I were you, I'd join the kpdf development team and implement the FaxReader as a 'Generator' (the internal rendering engines in kpdf). You'll have lots of benefits using that framework! Btw, nice program, have fun!


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 Re: good project

 
 by aserghei on: Apr 15 2005
 
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For the moment I don't want to make depend QFaxReader with KDE libraries. Maybe in the future.


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 Re: Re: good project

 
 by ra1n on: Jul 8 2005
 
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about this, any plan to port it to the windows world?
and for kde integration, i partly agree with you, now this program works without problems on other DE, and probably other platforms too, maybe there could be a fork, with a common codebase, but that operates in different envrionments,the standalone Qt version, and maybe a kpdf generator, as suggested above.
just my 2¢


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 Re: Re: Re: good pro

 
 by aserghei on: Jul 8 2005
 
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I don't known if on win32 platform exists audience. However, a port to win32 may be possible when I rewrite QFaxReader for QT-4 (which come with opensource edition for win32).


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 view sff-files?

 
 by cordi on: Jan 30 2006
 
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Thanks for your great app!
I'd like to propose a little feature request: Could you please implement the possibility to view sff-files? My avm-fritz card saves faxes in this format. You could use the command / program sfftobmp to convert sff-files to the tif-format: on the command-line, it's just sfftobmp -t *.sff


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 Re: view sff-files?

 
 by aserghei on: Jan 30 2006
 
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Support for this file format will be added in future. Send to me some sff files (in QFaxReader homepage you can found my email address).


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 SlackWare Package!!!

 
 by gohanz on: Feb 1 2006
 
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A SlackWare TGz package with SlackBuild Script is Ready to DownLoad!!!

http://www.slacky.it/

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=921&parent=category


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 djvu

 
 by fungs on: Mar 9 2006
 
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you could consider also to support djvu files, since djvu is very good for fax images, even better than tif in most cases. You could probably take some code from the existing qt viewer program. I forgot its name...


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 Re: djvu

 
 by aserghei on: Mar 9 2006
 
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http://djvulibre.djvuzone.org/
I'm not sure that djvu format must be integrated in QFaxReader...


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 Re: Re: djvu

 
 by fungs on: Jul 16 2006
 
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Not must. But believe me, I am using djvu a lot and can tell you that it has usually half the size of a PDF with embedded TIFF in medium/low quality black and white which is exactly what fax images are. Plus it is completely free/gpl. You can ignore other djvu-formats like those with higher color depth. Actually djvu is one format with 3 different compression algorithms, each for another situation.


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