Printing Arabic in The Docket

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Printing Arabic in The Docket

Postby Sindbad » Thu Sep 03, 2009 8:51 pm

I'm using 1.80.73. The Problem is when i try to print the POS reciept on the docket it gives unreadable letters. but when i print the same ticket in the A4 paper it is working will and the Arabic letters fine
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Postby abdman » Sat Sep 12, 2009 8:05 pm

am having the same problem.
am looking in to it.
if i find the solution I'll post it here
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Postby sami » Sun Sep 13, 2009 9:06 am

Your pos printer must support Arabic Set 864 or 1256 which you can set as the default font on your pos printer.
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Postby abdman » Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:57 pm

I tried every possible way I can think of. The POS printer does not print correct arabic.

I used the fully windows xp home arabic version of windows and printing is reversed (and = dna) and yes i did check the regional settings all full arabic support.

I checked the printer manual and set the language code on the printer to 864 and 1256, 864 does not work 1256 works but reverse.

I printed a test sheet on the POS printer and the arabic language was printing perfectly

I installed a generic text driver and still didn't work

sami please help me am getting frustrated. am setting the system for a friend which we already bought 8 licence a couple of days ago.


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Postby sami » Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:13 pm

What version are you using?
To print correct arabic, you will need to download a file called ArabicCP.dbf from www.ezisolution.com/arabiccp.dbf and save it in the RMan folder, this will fix the Arabic Printing.
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Postby abdman » Tue Sep 15, 2009 5:13 pm

Dear Sami

THANK YOU!

I am using Rman 1.81.6 and the problem is SOLVED!
but I had to change from code 1256 to 864 in the printer (BIXOLON SRP-350plus).
by the way problem solved on both systems full arabic version and enabled.

Best Regards,
Abdulelah
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Postby Sindbad » Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:26 pm

Thank You Sami And Adbman, I reasded the issue and whent away, i was out of country. I will try what you said and go back to you with the result. But i need to understad what is the (set the language code on the printer to 864 and 1256) how can i do that?!!!
i download the file which send by sami and will try it

Thank you again
Ayman Abd Elmohsen
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Postby sami » Wed Sep 16, 2009 1:54 am

Most pos printers have many in-built fonts, which you can set as the default font by using either dip switches on the printer or on most new printers, you can set the default font using the software that comes with the printer.

For Arabic printing, you will need the Arabic font of the printer to be able to print native Arabic.
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Postby Sindbad » Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:16 am

Thank you Sami
The printing problem solved and finaly i can print reciepts in arabic name for the sold items.
but the English worlds did not translated like (cach paid, total Subtotal .....)
is there is a way to translate englich words in the reports?

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Postby abdman » Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:48 pm

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Postby Sindbad » Fri Sep 18, 2009 10:51 pm

Thank you Abdman. the problem is in the POS reciept and also the invoices. The total and Tax and cash paid also the change all in english while the items name problem was solved and now in arabice after using the magic file send by Sami.

The menu and other things ok in Arabic

thank you again
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