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LabelMagix was developed in Summer 2000, using printing code originally
written for a program called "NimWin," a mailing list manager
developed for the US Government in 1995. NimWin, in turn, was based on a
program called NIMail, originally developed as a Clipper 5.x application
in 1990-91. NIMail started out as a simple front-end interface to a
PostScript procedure written in 1989, which remains, to this day, the
most efficient way we know of to print mailing labels with
squeeze-to-fit text. (If you're a registered user of LabelMagix, we'll
even send you the original PostScript code!)
LabelMagix was beta-tested by two separate companies, both customers of the SLX Business Partner that employed author John H. Hedges at the time. To the best of our knowledge as of this writing, the beta versions are still in use by those companies. Since then, however, the interface has been significantly redesigned; a registration key system has been added; the program has been enhanced to allow user data to be printed; and the login screen (and accompanying code) has been modified to allow LabelMagix to work with both BDE and ADO connections.
1.0, June 16, 2003
1.1, July 4, 2003
220.127.116.11, July 31, 2003
18.104.22.168, August 26, 2003
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