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ezPower / Re: Printer & Cashdrawers
« on: July 09, 2016, 03:16:08 AM »
Have tried the codes you provided, though it would not allow me to enter the <> so left a space instead.  Also tried 27,112,0,25,250 which i got from (  no commas or chevrons as they would not enter ).  However, with this code the send command box in the printer properties would not accept the code. On clicking apply it just added some digits I expect to conform with formatting code.
I would rather not use the Generic Text Only driver, as I wish to keep my logo printing.
I will take my printer to my local POS hardware shop to test there.

ezPower / Re: Printer & Cashdrawers
« on: July 08, 2016, 06:04:41 AM »
OK to the that.  I have attached pics showing my settings for EzPos and my printer.

ezPower / Re: Printer & Cashdrawers
« on: July 08, 2016, 01:03:23 AM »
I am having problems getting my cash drawer to operate from EzPower. I am using an epson TM-T81 printer on Windows XP.
I have set it to "open connected to printer" and i am testing using the open drawer button.
The drawer works fine when connecting not using Ezpower or the printer.
The properties of my printer do not have a"printer commands area", so cannot attempt that solution.
When selecting OPOS as an option, and clicking open drawer. i get a print out on the printer " %%".
My printer is connected via usb and prints fine, listed as LPT1.

ezPower / Timestamp on receipts
« on: February 10, 2016, 05:53:53 AM »
I am having a problem with the time printed on open bills. When a customer opens a new bill, the time printed on the bill is correct.  However if half an hour later they order a new item, the newly updated bill does not print the updated time !  Currently, to update a bill, after updating, I then select the print copy button, then send order. Is there a different way whereby the time printed is correct as at when the operation takes place ?

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