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I am brand new to Bartender and have successfully created 2 and 3 inch QR barcodes in so far as they can be read with my iPhone 4s. I have not been able to create a 1 inch label that can be read. No matter the text string length, even a single character, the result comes back as "puppydog", which I assume to be some sort of default for the RedLaser reader I am using. Are there settings I haven't clued into? Also, can anyone provide an example of a QR code that will fit onto a 1 inch label, and also provide the setting used to create it?

Thanks in advance

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So if you were to take one QR code less than one inch wide, then copy and paste it on your format, and expand it a bit, and print both, the < 1'' one will read as "puppydog" and the > 1'' one will read normal?

QR codes should be easily readable far below one inch in size. Especially if you are not using a large number of characters. In addition, phones cannot really tell what size your QR code is, as it's just reading the image of the code, which varies based on how far away you hold it. I have to imagine there is another factor in play besides simple size. Does the quality look comparable on the smaller ones, with relatively clean edges?
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I'm sure your iPhone4s (envy ya) has macro / auto focus, so bring the phone a bit closer to the QR code would be same result as enlarge symbol.
If that doesn't work try another QR reader like Beetagg or Goggles etc.
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What I have found is that if I put a URL in the Screen Data the reader picks it up. It is only when I put plain text in this field the reader won't pick it up. Maybe I have a setting wrong?
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Can you tell me what data you are trying?

I just tested the following text strings using an iPhone 4s and RedLaser:

"This is a Plain Text QR Code"

and:

"http://www.seagullscientific.com/aspx/welcome.aspx"

I tried this with 1 inch and with 1/2 inch QR codes, and it worked correctly in all cases.
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I used "This is a Plain Text QR Code" and it worked fine. What I using to test was the small bar codes was "123456789" and ABCDEFGH". For some reason short consecutive character strings are giving me a problem. Next time I'll begin testing with "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so."

Thanks for your help. I'll be back at some point, no doubt.

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