I’m evaluating your product Aspose.Barcode (C#, 20.7) for its usability in our next project.
There are several questions I have now, hope you can answer them.
I tried to encode “RR12121212FI” barcode as Code128 and then read it. It’s been read in Code128DataPortions as : CodeB : “RR1”, CodeC : “2121212”, CodeB : “CH”.
Apparently, it did the Code-thing automatically. Is it possible to specify the Code-sectioning manually when using the BarCodeGenerator class (or something else), like, inserting the CodeA, CodeB, CodeC symbols? So, for example, to make it producing a barcode like CodeB : “RR”, CodeC : “12121212”, CodeB : “CH” .
Is it possible to encode characters with diacritics (from the extended ASCII set) in a barcode (say, Code128)? I mean, specifically those chars: ““ÅÄÖåäö””. It should be possible using the FNC4, symbol. I just have not found a way to do it.
Does the Aspose.BarCode use font rasterization? Meaning it should not use fonts when visualizing barcodes, i.e., requiring the fonts to be installed on the machine doing the visualizing. Or - what happens if the font specified in the BarCodeGenerator is not found on the machine? Hope I made myself clear, since the issue is new to me, and I don’t understand it 100%.