printer epson tm-u295

Posted on 2002-07-20
Last Modified: 2008-03-03
Somebody know on "sequence esc" this printer.
Specially, sequence RELEASE.

Question by:rbarzallo
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jeet earned 100 total points
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Look on page 46 of this document from epson:


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ID: 7167295
Thanks a lot by its documento, but, i have another Question :

I am using writeln to print, when sending "ESC q" this does not accept printer and prints ".q". You know because you happen this?

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ID: 7167312
I am using Delphi and not Visual Basic.

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