Cabinet numbers on labels are wrong please help

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Cabinet numbers on labels are wrong please help

Postby John Lawrence » Tue, May 09 2006, 8:53AM

I want to print out the labels for a job i open the labels in the window to export to exel but it comes out with the wrong cabinet numbers on each label i am racking my brain to try and fix it but am getting no-where I have tried nesting other jobs and the same thing happens with the labels, i really need to get it sorted

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Postby Jason Susnjara » Tue, May 09 2006, 1:06PM

John,

Are you printing from the pc or from the machine?

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Postby John Lawrence » Wed, May 10 2006, 6:27AM

I am printing from the pc but I had downloaded the fix for the labels from Ecabworld and found that it caused the e cabinet numbers to be wrong. Not long after I posted the question I searched the forum and found the other fix which works fine. The label fix on ecabworld should be removed or replaced with the correct one as it caused a loss of many hours for me and could do the same for other members trying to print labels for the first time.
Thanks for your concern.

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Postby DanEpps » Wed, May 10 2006, 7:50AM

John

I'm curious--did you apply the label fix to eCabinets or to the machine control software? It is only for eCabinets version 4 and this is pointed out on the download page.

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Postby John Lawrence » Thu, May 11 2006, 12:51AM

Dan,
I used it in ecabinets and i am running v4 with the latest build. I found in some earlier threads that others have had the same problem with the cabinet numbers after downloading the label fix off ecabworld and on one thread there was a new fix i ran it and all was back to normal.
Iwish i could be so lucky or wealthy as to own a machine but maybe down the track a bit.

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Postby DanEpps » Thu, May 11 2006, 9:58AM

John

I'm sorry for your troubles. What fix are you referring to? Can you post a link to the thread?

The label update program on eCabWorld is the one supplied by Thermwood and is what I and many others used to make labels print correctly. You are the first person I have heard of having problems with it. The only other thread I know of that referred to problems with the label update had applied it to the control nesting program and not to eCabinet Systems.

This is why I would like to see what threads and fix you are referring to. If the label update download needs to be changed I will be glad to do so.

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Postby John Lawrence » Thu, May 11 2006, 6:49PM

Dan, here is the thread which i used the fix at the very bottom to make it work right.
http://www.thermwood.com/forums/viewtop ... ght=labels

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Postby DanEpps » Fri, May 12 2006, 10:31AM

John

Once again, I'm sorry you had problems with the downloaded file.

I had changed the file when the corrected version was released but a later restore of my database reverted back to the original version.

It has been changed back to the correct version again.

Thanks for your patience and helping me to determine what had happened.


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