You can increase the print speed if you load fonts and images in the printer memory. Specifies a bar code and sets additional parameters for complex bar codes. Prints and feeds out one or a specified number of labels, tickets, tags, or portions of strip, depending on the printer setup. Specifies which part anchor point of a text field, bar code field, image field, line, or box will be positioned at the insertion point. Selects a double-byte character set, typically the multi-byte character set UTF Returns the result of various hardware tests. Changes the ASCII value of a character when received on the standard IN channel, or optionally on another specified communication channel.
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Provides variable input data to a predefined layout.
Direct Protocol Commands
Returns the result of a thermal printhead check. Partial or complete clearing of the print image buffer. If you want to print only multiple identical pages, intremec you should set the number of copies here to ensure the best print performance. Prints data to a specified OPEN ed device or sequential file.
This meta data key can be helpful: Returns the firmware version, printer family, or type of CPU board. Enters Setup mode or changes the setup.
Enables or disables the printing of bar code interpretation. Specifies fonts for the printing of bar code interpretation. Inverts the printing of text and images from “black-on-white” to “white-on-black.
Specifies a break interrupt character separately for the keyboard and each serial communication channel. Fonts on printer Fonts added here are expected to already be in the printer, so these fonts are not included in the print data stream sent from InterFormNG.
Scroll Prev Top Next More. Returns the prottocol of the week for a specified date. You will also need to state the correct DPI printer resolution.
Direct Protocol Commands
Selects a double-byte character set, typically the multi-byte character set UTF Provides input data to a bar code. Specifies the insertion point for a line of text, a bar code, an image, a box, or a line. If you want to use a DP Direct Protocol compatible printer for preview, then you should set that up like described here.
This mime type is supported on all platforms and all configurations unless your license key limits the use. Fonts added here are expected to already be in the printer, so these fonts are not included in the print data stream sent from InterFormNG. Prints and feeds out one or a specified number of labels, tickets, tags, or portions of strip, depending on the printer setup. These are the names referred to inside of the used templates – NOT the names of the actual image files.
After you have created a printer in InterFormNG with the mime type, Direct Protocol, then these special settings are shown:. Defines error messages and enables error handling for specified error conditions.
Returns the result of various hardware tests. Enables or disables the printing of partial fields.
Direct Protocol (DP)
Enables or disables the Intermec Direct Protocol. Returns the weekday of a specified date. Returns a new date after a number of days have been added to, or subtracted from, the current date or a specified date. Enables or disables Immediate mode in connection with program editing without line numbers, for reading the current mode, or for reading the current standard IN and OUT channels.
Overrides the media feed setup.
Magnifies a font, barfont, or image up to four times with regard to height and width. If you want to use direct protocol, you can define a printer with this mime type or set the mime type during processing e. Returns the name of the weekday from a specified date.