|I've been working on and off on a little project for my work now for a while now and I think I have finished it now. All I'm asking for is a couple of people to test in Vista and windows 7, 32 or 64bit.|
All I want to know is:
Does it run?
Does it look ok?
Can you create and edit an address?
Can you change printers, the paper size and other settings?
Can it print ok? (virtual printer like xps is fine)
I don't really have access to either os and the next upgrade cycle will probably have them running either one or the other.
I am grateful to anyone who gives it a quick look over.
It's basically my leaving present to my work after 3 years with them. It's a pretty simple program buts it's leaps ahead of how things used to be done.
It's just a console label printing program written in c++ (compiled with mingw via dev-c++ 184.108.40.206) that stores addresses in text files. The labels are printed on plain paper then torn up and taped on.
All you need is to download and extract the archive, extract the executable and run it to test. The sources are in an archive inside of the archive.
I am not trying to spread a virus, nor do I have any bad intentions, if you are worried then don't run it. The sources are also included if you want to check and compile you are more than welcome to.
Thanks to any one who gives it a look into!
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