Zebra claims to be compatible with Mac. They even provide a guide for setting it up:cbarbal wrote: ↑Sat Sep 08, 2018 3:19 pmHi bangkok,
It can be very simple with LiveCode, but printing labels with a Zebra printer in FileMaker, which are not compatible is not. With a printer technician we spent about 3 hours to configure it, the size of the label that you put on the printer has nothing to do with the FileMaker. I already told the client that they were not compatible, he tried.
https://support.zebra.com/cpws/docs/dri ... ra_Mac.htm
Both LiveCode and FileMaker are compatible with macOS printing functions. That is, any printer driver compliant with OS specs should be usable by just about any software that can work with any other printer.
Zebra claims to rely on CUPS for the bulk of its needs, which has a good reputation for robustness.
You may need to contact Zebra technical support to determine why software using standard macOS printing routines are not working with the specific Zebra printer you're using.
That sounds like a bug in either the printer driver or the printer firmware. Definitely contact the manufacturer.The Spanish ñ does not understand the printed and puts in its place the n.
I don't understand "management" in this context. I have programs that manage web production, team workflows, data analytics, graphics production, and more. "Management" is a very broad word.I've only been with LiveCode for a couple of weeks and I do not see that I'm very focused on the management issue, or at least it appears to me. I have never seen any management program on LiveCode and I do not know its real power.
Can you tell us more specifically what you're looking for?