queXF takes scanned paper forms generated using queXML and reads them. Operators then verify that queXF has read the form correctly using a web browser. The data collected can be exported in many formats including a fixed width ASCII file with a DDI data description, CSV and PSPP. queXF Process

queXF now translatable

The latest development version of queXF is now able to be translated in to any language. If you are interested in translating queXF in to your native language, please use the translation system on Launchpad.

queXF 1.8.1 Released today (bug fixes)

queXF 1.8.1 has been released today on Sourceforge

Bug fixes:

  • Line detection will always return a line if it exists
  • Page setup now uses detected page size
  • Directory processing has ability to stop even when waiting for a long period

Click on Read more for how to upgrade

queXC - 4th package in the queX Suite released today

queXC, the 4th package in the queX Suite has been released today on Sourceforge

queXF 1.8.0 Released today

queXF 1.8.0 has been released today on Sourceforge

New features include:

This upgrade requires the database to be modified.

For instructions on how to upgrade from queXF 1.7.0, click on the Read More link below

queXF 1.7.0 Released

queXF 1.7.0 has been released today. Download it at Sourceforge

It contains the following new features:

  • Scanned images are rotated, scaled and offset to handle scanning irregularities
  • Missing pages are inserted in to the set if only 1 page is missing

New columns are required in the database, so follow the instructions to upgrade from 1.6.0...

queXF 1.6.0 Released

queXF 1.6.0 has been released today. It is available for download at Sourceforge

New features:

  • Added pagesetup.php for help setting up the config.inc.php for your page layout
  • Ability to "watch" a directory for PDF files and process them as they are placed there

Bug fixes:

  • Importing memory reduced by only keeping current page in memory

Read more for how to upgrade from 1.5.0...

Note on scanning forms

For the best performance using queXF, scan your forms to PDF using the following options:

1. Monochrome (1 bit)
2. 300DPI Resolution

queXF 1.5.0 Released

queXF 1.5.0 has been released on SourceForge today.

New Features:

  • Added output to CSV
  • Added config directive PROCESS_MISSING_PAGES (for processing missing pages once selected)
  • admin/missingpages.php now will process a page if accepted and the PROCESS_MISSING_PAGES directive is true
  • split config file in 2 (default and user) for better config management
  • Made reordering variables a separate task from banding
  • Added manual reordering using toolman scripts (drag and drop reordering)
  • Added ordering by variable name

Bug Fixes:

  • functions/functions.import.php: if a page id was detected, but not within the form, it would disappear. Now set to add to missing pages table
  • admin/missingpages.php XHTML compatible
  • Will output barcode data even if blank

Read more for how to upgrade from 1.4.0...

queXF 1.4.0 Released

queXF 1.4.0 has been released.

Added client ability to view forms (in /client subdir). You can assign clients to forms by username, so they can review the forms over the internet.

Added support for Codabar barcode (in addition to Interleaved 2 of 5)

Read on for instructions on how to upgrade from queXF 1.3.0 or 1.3.1

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