queXF 1.12.1 Released (Bug fix)

queXF 1.12.1 has been released today on Sourceforge

queXF 1.12.1 fixes a bug in the new ICR feature where during recognition, the thinning function failed due to a quirk in PHP global handling. ICR should be more accurate after applying this fix.

To upgrade:

1. Backup config.inc.php (copy to config.inc.php.bak)
2. Extract the new package over your existing installation of queXF 1.12.0
3. Copy your config.inc.php.bak file over the extracted config file

queXF 1.12.0 Released

queXF 1.12.0 has been released today on Sourceforge

ICR (Intelligent Character Recognition) is now implemented natively in queXF. OCR using Tesseract has been deprecated. It is possible to export and import the ICR knowledge bases - hopefully we will be able to share these among queXF users.

Also logging is now done on a line by line, date-stamped basis and corner edge detection area elements are exported when exporting a queXF banding XML file.

queXF 1.11.2 Released

queXF 1.11.2 has been released today on Sourceforge

This release fixes the testconfig script, makes it the default administrative page and adds tests for directory based security. Also, a bug where barcode fields were not being output to CSV has been fixed.

Read more for details on how to upgrade

queXF 1.11.1 Released (Bug fix)

queXF 1.11.1 has been released today on Sourceforge

This is a bug fix release to fix box alignment during verification when the page to be verified differs in size from the original form.

Read more for details on how to upgrade

To manually upgrade from queXF 1.11.0 to 1.11.1, you can replace the following two files:

verifyjs.php with:

queXF 1.11.0 Released

queXF 1.11.0 has been released today on Sourceforge

The major new feature of this version is that page setup now on a form by form basis (instead of system wide). This means that you can safely use forms with different sizes of paper or with corner lines in different places without having to juggle system settings or edit the config file. All form specific changes are stored in the database.

Also, a bug where verification failed where there was an additional barcode to verify has been fixed.