The one that nobody really needs, but it's still neat to do. Draws barcodes in OmniGraffle. It looks simple, but trust me (or take a look at the code!), it's not.
If you feel so inclined you can discuss this script at the appropriate OmniGraffle Extras forum page.
If you're just making up a 12 or 13 digit number then the script may complain if you get the check digit (the last one) wrong. It offers to fix it, or leave it as you entered it. (If you leave it as it is then your code probably won't scan, but it's not like you were expecting it to anyway probably.)
The bars of the barcode are grouped for your convenience.
If you have a barcode scanner, or an iSight, and Delicious Library (even a free trial version - fun to play with), then you can type in the numbers into the script, then scanning the barcode right off the screen. Without the use of two mirrors (one would present a reversed barcode, and probably not scan) this "scan from screen feature" is not directly compatible with Macs such as the Intel iMac or MacBook Pro with a built-in iSight camera. The astute reader may notice some scope for optimisation of this workflow, namely just scanning the original barcode into Delicious Library, but it's a much less exciting technology demo I think you'll agree.
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