Press Release 25 april 2001.

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ANTILOG announces Barres Version I.1.1

LOMME, FRANCE ON APRIL 25, 2001 - Antilog announced today Barres I.1.1, the first multi-national release of their low-price Bar Code Drawer for the Macintosh.

Barres is a small program useful to make a drawing of EAN13 or UPC Bar Codes.

Use of the program is very easy: You type the code to create in the dialog box or you paste it from the scrap, and you click on OK. A window opens that shows the Bar Code, which is automatically copied in the scrap, in PICT format. All you need to do now is to paste it in a word processor, making off or drawing software.


Barres I.1.1 is usuable for Macintosh and Power Macintosh from Mac OS 7.0 up to Mac OS 9.1 and is available immediately. The product is Shareware and priced at only $10 for one single-user license, and 9$ for quantity >= 10.

A fully functional demonstration version is available from our Web site : Multinational English Version : French Version

The demo version will be unlocked after purchase.

You can order today directly online (Secured payment)


Antilog is based in the North of France. It was founded by Frederic PAVY (alias Jean-Thibault GUEUX) in 1998 and provides Macintosh Shareware Products.
Our Main Policy is: "Don't develop for Macintosh *FIRST*, but for Macintosh *ONLY*..."


Frederic PAVY 'Jean-Thibault GUEUX'
129, rue du Marais
59160 LOMME

Email antilog @ kagi . com