Effective August 31, 2020, printers will now load and enable PDF Direct emulation for free after these have been updated with Link-OS 6.3. The feature was formerly a paid option with previous Link-OS versions.
I need to write long text with line breaks and I use ^FB command, some of words I need to mark as bold. But ^FB command it’s not supporting spaces in line breaks, in documentation it says "Normal carriage returns, line feeds, and word spaces at line breaks are discarded.", so it's not working (see example on attached screenshots)
Is there workarraound for this issue?
Zebra has been very helpful in the past and I'm hoping your team can resolve this long-standing restriction.
I've read through previous questions from other Zebra users about the ZPL limitation of QR Code expansion only being 1-10. Meanwhile, a company like Tesla is requiring a QR Code closer to 28-32 in expansion. Previous suggested solutions seem to focus on tricking the printer regarding dpi, etc.
This is not a solution.
We have the Label in Base64String format stored in our DB/Table. Please refer “Base64String_LabelData.Txt” in the attachment.
We are converting this Base64 string to a ZPL command (by first converting Base64 string to a monochrome/.bmp Image, and then converting that image to the ZPL command).
Please refer “ZPLCommand_LabelData.txt” for the ZPL command output. You can paste that in online ZPL viewer.
How Download a new Font with ZPL code?
I'm trying to download a new font for Zebra(GC420t) using ZPL.
This is the code that i've use for this job.:
teste += "~DYR:OptimaLTStd,B,T,t,w,data"
and for printing with font:
Page 721 of the SGD Printer Commands section of the ZPL 2, ZBI2, Set-Get-Do, Mirror, WML Programming Guide P1099958-002 published August 26, 2019 in the example Listed under SetVar
It repeats the content from the device.pause but it's pretty out of context, and takes inference to understand that device.pause and device.unpause are 2 separate commands.
Quickly reading this caused me to think that the SGD command device.pause worked to both pause and un-pause a printer.
The example should read something similar to the following: