Re: Dynamically Change Printer in UP1.9
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The most likely explanation is that the printer name specified in the INI file does not match the actual Windows Printer Name. I remember one instance that drove me nuts until I realized that actual the Windows Printer Name had two spaces in it. I thought it was "Zebra LP2824" when, in fact, it was "Zebra LP2824".
This is a case where a miss is as great as a mile. If the name in the INI doesn't match EXACTLY, Magic falls back to the default printer.
At 10:29 AM 8/1/2017, you wrote:
A couple of weeks ago I asked a question about changing printer names dynamically in UP1.9. I received a couple of great answers that work just like I want it to.