Zebra support pointed me to this Zebra Basic Interpreter offering of theirs which allows for more dynamic use of printers incorporating data feeds, multi-“page” prints (to accommodate spillover content), and more.
Long-ish video explaining ZBI can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPYB8iq8goE&t=185
Any plan to evaluate this for incorporation into Tulip Player?
Thanks for sharing this! This is interesting - Question for you, what type of printing are you trying to do that spurred zebra to point you to the ZBI?
In general, I wanted to be able to print across multiple labels if the dynamic content of the print exceeds the printable area of one label, including header/footer content with pagination to connect them if separated.
Specifically, I was trying to emulate pack slips (printed on label stock) that I have recieved from online retailers, such that I could use the same label printer as for labelling individual items (in pouches, label on the pouch) to print out a pack slip listing the lot/serial #s for however many of each product # were packed. I could also use this to print a multi-page pick list (i.e. product # and quantity) if the operator has to go away from Tulip to pick the required items before packing.