This is a simple mistake. In the ^CW command you specify the font identifier to be 'R'. When you are placing your text, you are still using font identifier '0'. It is not using the Arial font you downloaded. Just change all the ^A0N commands to ^ARN and it works, or change to ^CW0,ARI000.TTF. I tried it and it prints the correct characters.
Thanks for your advise on the topics!
It was found out that the host system did not translate the control code
properly and now it is fixed. However we are still struggling with the
print out with garbage characters...
Below is the revised print file extracted from the host system, ^CW
command and the font identifier is now synchronized.
Arial MS Unicode was uploaded to the printer using Zebra Font Downloader.
Result of the printout
Would be appreciated if you could point us to the solution to fix the
Thanks & Regards,
Project Manager, Business Systems
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Ltd.
Unit 2, G/F, BLK A, Tonic Industrial Center, 26 Kai Cheung Road, Kowloon
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Phone: +852 3626 8000
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