Vivaldi for Windows 64 3.1.1929

Type: Freeware
Cost: $0
Size: 61.69 MB
Release date: Jun 19 2020
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  http://vivaldi.com
Publisher’s Product Page:  http://vivaldi.com
Country: Norway


Vivaldi for Windows 64

The Vivaldi browser does not track its users and offers more features than any other modern browser. Steered by Jon von Tetzchner (co-founder of Opera browser), Vivaldi is driven by the real needs of users today and ensures that they have the best tool to browse and do the job.

Users can tailor Vivaldi to suit their browsing needs with no limit to customization options. Vivaldi takes browsing to the next level with its numerous features that give users a more dynamic experience of the web. Vivaldi demonstrates that a browser can be the most useful tool to enhance time spent online and not just a means of accessing web pages.

Some of the highlight features that make Vivaldi a personal, do-it-your-way browser include:

Advanced tab management ability to group, tile, move and pin tabs.
Private and Secure Syncing across computers with end to end encrypted Synchronization.
Side Panel with easy access to bookmarks, downloads, tree-style tab manager, notes, browsing history and websites of users choice.
Built-in functionality such as the screenshot Capture tool, Notes and Image Properties.
Powerful History overview that lets users explore their browsing patterns.
Unique and customizable look and feel of the browser interface with custom Themes and more.
Keyboard Shortcuts and Mouse Gestures for quick browser commands.
Built in e-mail client and calendar.
Built in ad-blocker

For more details, visit https://vivaldi.com

BackBlaze

MICR E13B Match font 6.01

Type: Shareware
Cost: $29.95
Size: 236.00 kB
Release date: Jan 25 2017
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  http://MICR-Fonts.com
Publisher’s Product Page:  http://micr-fonts.com/MICRfont/micrfont.html
Country: United States of America


MICR E13B Match font

This MICR e13b font (also often called MICR font, or E-13B font) is necessary to print numbers and special symbols at the bottom of checks so they can be recognized by the OCR/magnetic ink reader systems used by banks in North America (US and Canada).

To install a font, double click on it, and in the window that appears, click Install.

Because applications may be looking for different font names, there are three different font files :

MICREBMatch
MICRE13B
MICR

You may install all files or only the one you need. They are technically identical, but the name will differ in the font menu.

To create the proper magnetic stripe, you need numbers, and separator symbols.

The separators are ABCD. For compatibility with some programs, you can also use single quote, sharp, dollar and percent.

Below is an example of the data one would enter in a plain font, to get the same as the bottom of a check :

9 ‘#$% 0123456789

10 ‘#$% 0123456789

#122000661#0545’03739’19299%

#322270055#0148202801%

12 ‘#$% 0123456789

Here is how it looks, when the MICR E13B Match font is used (the font must be installed to show the result) :

9 ‘#$% 0123456789

10 ‘#$% 0123456789

#122000661#0545’03739’19299%

#322270055#0148202801%

12 ‘#$% 0123456789 (12, This is is the proper size)

If you need Unicode encoded separator characters, they are supported as well, compliant to Unicode page U2440
http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2440.pdf

MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) strips are used by U.S. bank systems to automate check processing, around 68 Billion last year.

The MICR techology has been invented around the mid-fifties to help processing the growing number of checks that took much too long to handle by hand.

The MICR E13B Match font has been created with extremely accurate positioning, and tested with the finest benchmark systems. It is used daily by major corporations, as well as regional and national banks.

VB.Net PDF 2020.6.0

Type: Shareware
Cost: $399
Size: 4.40 MB
Release date: Jun 01 2020
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site:  http://ironpdf.com/tutorials/vb-net-pdf/#author
Publisher’s Product Page:  http://ironpdf.com/tutorials/vb-net-pdf/
Country: United States of America


VB.Net PDF

How to Create PDF and Edit PDF Documents using the VB.Net Programming Language.

A software tutorial with code examples for VB Dot Net developers.

VB.Net: Create a PDF file
This Visual Studio project covers the comprehensive creation of PDF documents from using VB.Net and HTML as a design language. Using HTML to design a PDFs contents ensures that .Net developers do not have to learn proprietary APIs and complex low-level PDF file format as they might do if using alternative PDF libraries for C# and VB.Net such as iTextSharp.
The tutorial is self contained as a Visual Studio Console application, but works equally well for ASP.Net, Console Applications and Windows Services.

Dot Net Pdf Tutorial Contents:

1. VB.Net Pdf library Installation
The library used to extend Visual basic.Net to incorporate PDF functionality in this tutorial is IronPDF – Which can be downloaded using the NUGET package manager from: https://www.nuget.org/packages/IronPdf

2. Quick Start – Create your first .Net PDF
The IronPdf.HtmlToPdf class may be used for ‘.net to pdf’ functionality using HTML to design the PDF. We may also render PDF documents from existing ASP.Net web pages, static HTML files and from live URLS.

3. Dot Net PDF Styling
Using Images, CSS and Javascript we can render PDF documents in VB.Net easily. The use of an embedded version of the Chromium web browser into IronPDF ensures perfect standards compliant rendering.

Source code can be downloaded from https://ironpdf.com/tutorials/vb-net-pdf/

4. .Net PDF file Headers And Footers
VB code can be used to ad attractive headers and footers to PDF files.

5. How To create PDFs with Dynamic Content using VB.NET
This can be achieved using String templating or advanced libraries such as handlebars.Net

The tutorial ends with additional code samples to:
* Merge PDF in VB .Net
* Add and remove PDF pages
* Add page breaks
* Encryption PDF documents
* Edit and watermark existing PDF documents