Bad PDF barcodes printing with PDFPrint Command Line software

Hello, I have another question on your latest version of "pdfprint_cmd".

The version we have (v2.0) has a problem printing some of our barcode graphics, not all. It rendered a large white gap right in the middle of the code. When we implemented the option "-shell", the problem went away as it popped up Adobe Acrobat. Annoying but the problem was gone. Yesterday we downloaded your current version (v7.0) and tested it. It prints the barcode without the gap and without "-shell" and no popup. This is perfect, but the barcode is still not readable. The barcode is a bit too compressed for our scanners to read. Is there a setting we can invoke to widen and improve scannability? We tried the "xres" and "yres" option but nothing improved.

Can you help us?

Thanks for your message, we suggest you may add -raster2 option to try again, for example,

pdfprint.exe -raster2 C:\test.pdf

We hope the -raster2 option will able to print the barcodes in your PDF file correctly, you may use this option to try again.


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