kee at kagi.com
Thu Nov 25 09:20:41 EST 2004
bar code scanners act just like a keyboard. You select the field that
you want the scanner to type into, scan the bar code, and assuming you
configured your bar code scanner to end transmission with a return, the
return in field command will tell the field that it is time to process
what just got typed into it.
To summarize, bar code scanner = keyboard
BTW, I have two Mac Apple Desktop Bus bar code scanners that anyone on
this list can have for free if they pay shipping. We switched to USB
and these work fine but we no longer need them.
On Nov 25, 2004, at 5:06 AM, paolo wrote:
> How can I send data from a barcode scanner to a revolution stack
> on WIN-PC?
> Any of you experienced a software using a barcode scanner as
> data-entry in a revolution stack?
> Ciao Paolo Mazza
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