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Routing Number on Check not printing correctly from firefox

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We have a program that runs  from Firefox that prints checks. The issues we are having is when it prints the routing number it comes out just numbers and not like a normal check format (it is missing the |: ). It does work in Chrome. See picture below.

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Assuming that when you say "does work in Chrome", the "program" that "runs from Firefox" is exactly the same program "running from Chrome" and produces exactly the same print data output bytes, then the likely explanation is that the font selected to print that machine readable routing and account information is not a suitable MICR font, in that one or the other may be the case:

The font does not contain the required 'transit' glyph:
'transit' glyph
The font does contain the required glyph, but not at the code-point expected by the program.
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