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Having Trouble Shipping Labels On Thermal Printers Bad Tracking Bar Code

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About a month ago Amazon changed the way shipping labels are printed when you buy shipping when fulfilling a merchant order. It used to use Java and now it seems more basic. When I print to a laser printer it is a nice label. When I print to a thermal printer 4×6 like my LP 2844 or another Zebra the label looks good except the tracking bar code is not scannable. The lines that are thin are not solid they have small breaks so they don’t scan at all. Anyone seeing similar? I’ve tried Chrome and IE and get the same poor quality bar code on thermal labels. Labels printed from the same browser on ebay are just fine. Same with endicia labels.

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Try changing the darkness level in the printer settings.

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set my label printer aside and now do it all on an inkjet.order some 5 x 8.5 labels ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019HMMODC ) . You get crisp, scannable barcodes.

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