Thanks for your reply.
The odd thing is that my printer used to work just fine -- labels would
last a while -- I do have fluorescent bulb lights fairly close to
merchandise due to the drop ceilings in my store and a decent amount of
natural light through windows. Still, the poor quality now coming out of
my printer and the very short life of the barcodes makes me think the
darkness needs to be "turned up".
A Cognitive tech had me enter some codes into the printer (sorry, I
forget how) which made _the first label after the machine is turned on_
look MUCH better. All subsequent labels look bad.
>> My thermal label printer prints labels that aren't very dark to begin
>> with and rapidly fade. I tried new label stock, and I've tried cleaning
>> the print head. No luck.
>> A tech from Cognitive walked me through some steps to troubleshoot, but
>> MSRMS uses a "generic label driver" which doesn't have the same darkness
>> controls Cognitive's driver has. Is there any way to get MSRMS to use
>> Cognitive's driver (that doesn't suck)?!
>> - Larry
> We use the thermal transfer from Cognitive AdvantageLX; it the best.
> Black ribbon to produce durable, long-lasting.
> Direct thermal media is more for UPS labels or single use labels. We
> tested do in out environment for about month and noticed the
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