Gift Receipt

I have 1 OPOS thermal printer. I download the giftreceipt.xml and loaded the receipt format. I set Printer 1 to Always print and Joural with regular
receipt format. I set Printer 2 to Do Not Print, I selected the Journal with Giftreceipt format.
When I do a sale it prints fine. When I go to journal and select Printer 1, it should do a reprint of the original sale receipt, but it doesnt, it print the gift receipt. When I select printer 2 (the one that should print the gift receipt) it give error 425 (device is locked) The POS option to share the OPOS printer is checked. I double checked everything else. I am stumped. Please help!
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Sorry, wrong error code. the correct error code is. 426: The OPOS device is not opened. Make sure the device is enabled in the register properties. If this is a new device you may need to restart the applcation before it becomes available.
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Appearantly, when you put "Do Not Print" it disables the printer. Does this make sense? Is this how it is supposed to be? Cant I have the printer enabled but not print unless I speicify to print through the journal and select printer 2?
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Never mind, I didnt realize I had to Page Up and Down to select the proper receipt then ALWAYS print to Printer 1.
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