When opening a field with a serial number on the label in Design 32, you get the following error:
(Please keep in mind that this only effects the label displayed in Design32, the label still actually prints.)
The label is printing fine, along with printing the Serial number as expected. However when trying to make a change to the field using a serial file, you get the following (M1462) error in Design 32.
When you navigate to your Serial file directory, you will notice one of two things, either the file is not there, or the files have been associated to a program, and you have the "hide extensions for known file types" property turned on.
If the file is not there the label will not print. If the Loftware Print Service prints the label, it is because it sends down a specific serial file name with .lws extension, but when trying to open the serial number file in Design32, it sends down a request to bring back all files with a *.lws extension. Since the file extensions are hidden, Design32 throws an error because it can not find the file.
There are three separate solutions, and all three solutions relate to the serial files located in the serial directory (the default directory is :C:\Program Files (x86)\Loftware Labeling\SERIAL).
All supported LPS family product versions.
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