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<style type="text/css"> @media print { BODY {background-color: inherit !important;background-image: inherit ! +important;} } table.hbc {border-width:0;border-spacing:0;} table.hbc {border-width:0;border-spacing:0;} table.hbc tr, table.hbc td{border:0;margin:0;padding:0;} table.hbc td{text-align:center;} table.hbc td.hbc_on,table.hbc td.hbc_off {width:2px;height:100px;} table.hbc td.hbc_on {background-color:#000;color:inherit;} table.hbc td.hbc_off {background-color:#fff;color:inherit;} </style> <body> <table class="hbc"> <tr> <td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></ +td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_on +"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc +_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class= +"hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td c +lass="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td> +<td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"> +</td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_ +off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class=" +hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td cl +ass="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td>< +td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></ +td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_o +n"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="h +bc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td cla +ss="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><t +d class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></ +td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off +"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hb +c_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td clas +s="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td +class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_off"></t +d><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off +"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hb +c_on"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td><td class= +"hbc_on"></td><td class="hbc_off"></td><td class="hbc_on"></td></tr>< +tr><td colspan="73">barcode</td> </tr> </table> </body>
im not able to get this *'$"# barcode printed with the printer :-( whats the weakness? it is only working if i set this
user_pref("print.printer_<printername>_(DIRECT).print_bgcolor", true); user_pref("print.printer_<printername>_(DIRECT).print_bgimages", true) +;
in about:config @firefox.
im tired to waste my time with this silly thing. glad to get a solution...

$perlig =~ s/pec/cep/g if 'errors expected';

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