Released: 11/06/2006

The following printer families are supported :

Printer Manufacturer
Avery DennisonCAB/GeminiCitizen
C.ItohDatamax/FargoGodex
HPIntermecNovexx
PostscriptPrintronixRJS
SATOSystemwaveTEC
THAROTSCZebra
Any Windows Printer Driver

This version includes the following new printers :

Printer Model
cab Hermes A4 300cab Hermes A4 600
cab Hermes A5 300cab Hermes A5 600
cab A2+ 300cab A2+ 300 K
cab A4+ 200 Kcab A4+ 300 K
cab A4+ 600 Kcab A4.3+ 200
cab A4.3+ 300cab A6+ 300
cab A8+ 300

The following changes/additions have been made :

1. Date/Time offsets based on another field
Added the capability to use the value of another field as the offset for a date or time field. Previously, the offset had to be a numeric literal. This makes it easy to offset a date or time by the value of a when-printed or database field. When using the Date/Time offset by another field, the field data is sent as text and the printer clock is not used.

2. MicroPDF-417
Added option to specify the row size (number of columns) in a MicroPDF-417 symbol. The value can be from 0 to 4, where 0 means to automatically calculate the best size.

3. TRUECOUNT can now specify batchsize
Added option to allow the batchsize to be specified in a TRUECOUNT named field. The syntax is the same as for the “formatcount” command in a command file. If a single number is given, it is the total number of formats to be printed. Two numbers separated by commas give the number of batches and the batchsize. For example, to print 10 batches of 2 labels per batch, use “10,2”.

4. TRUECOUNT can now be any source of data.
The limitation where TRUECOUNT had to be a field with “When Printed” as the source of data has been removed.

5. ELabelInfo ActiveX control
Fixed a problem in the ELabelInfo control where it would not always initialize correctly (not load the correct language file). This sometimes caused a crash when trying to retrieve the printer model name.

6. LabelCom
Changed to allow for COM ports up to COM9 (previously only allowed for up to COM4).

7. Novexx / Avery Dennison
We no longer send the “#BOF” (buffer off) command to the printer.

8. Zebra printer quantity command
Allow for sending batch quantities greater than 9998 on the printers that support it.