Verifying the ^CF command

Hello,

While looking at examples of ZPL commands to print labels, I've seen several examples of the ^CF command that doesn't appear to follow the specification of older or the latest ZPL language revision.  Specifically, I'm seeing ^CF,0,0,0.  Although 3 parameters are defined for ^CF, the leading comma means the font is skipped.  In this case I would expect ^CF,0,0.  Also, the 0's seem to make no sense for the font height or width. Does this format of ^CF mean something special that I'm missing in the documentation?

Thank you,

Bill

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The ^CF command spec is in

The ^CF command spec is in the latest ZPL Programming Guide. The correct format is: ^CFf,h,w. The ^CF,0,0,0 do not appear correct. Did you see it in Zebra provided examples?

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Thank you Steven.  I've come

Thank you Steven.  I've come to find out the ZPL writer of some of the files I looked at is not a mainstream product.  Now I believe there is a bug in their output.

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