A tool for creating QR Codes
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On Fedora:

sudo dnf install quearcode


pip3 install -r requirements

Use of quearcode is fairly straightforward.

Enter a string to convert into the text box, and either press Enter or click Generate. A png of the desired QR Code will open, which you can then view or save.

You can also click Encode file..., and select a small file. If it can be QR encoded, one will be generated. If not, you will be informed.

A set of sliders controls the error correction level, box size in pizels, and border size in boxes.


If you find a bug, please file an issue and/or a Pull Request.

Also, the provided translations are a best effort by me. If you speak a language better than me, please submit Pull Requests with fixes or new languages.

If you're not sure how to do that but can still provide translation, I can give you a list of strings to translate, and will credit you here.