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 ====== Label Printing (Continuous Roll) ====== ====== Label Printing (Continuous Roll) ======
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-Spine or spine/pocket labels can be printed either directly from Evergreen to a continuous feed label printer, directly to a laser printer using sheets of labels, or by exporting data to a third party program. 
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-Spine and pocket label printing from Evergreen is functional on both Chrome and Firefox, but there are several unresolved issues surrounding label printing and Hatch. 
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-<note warning>At this time, we do not recommend you use Hatch for printing if you are printing labels.</note> 
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-Once you set up a spine label print template(s) that suits your label stock and printing needs, be sure to Export the template(s) to a backup location in case you ever need to restore it. Be sure to keep the exported templates up to date. 
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-Spine and pocket labels can be printed from several places in Evergreen, depending on the needs of your workflow. See **[[cat:labelprinting-continuous#open_the_label_printing_interface|Open the label printing interface]]** for the areas where you can access printing labels. 
  
  
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 ===== Creating label stock ===== ===== Creating label stock =====
  
-Unlike the common 8.5x11 laser printer paper, label stock is often a custom size. For your printer to understand how big that individual label is, you need to define its size. To do this, you will need to create a custom paper size.+Unlike the common 8.5x11 laser printer paper, continuous roll label stock is often a custom size. For your printer to understand how big that individual label is, you need to define its size. To do this, you will need to create a custom paper size.
  
 **In Windows** **In Windows**
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 ==== Call Numbers Tab ==== ==== Call Numbers Tab ====
  
-Use this section to finely control how each spine label prints. For example, if you have a long call number with a skinny book, you may make changes to the display to adjust that individual spine label without affecting other spine labels. There is currently no way to edit information in the pocket label at this point.+Use this section to finely control how each spine label prints. For example, if you have a long call number with a skinny book, you may make changes to the display to adjust that individual spine label without affecting other spine labels. There is currently no way to directly edit information in the pocket label.
  
 Any changes you make on this tab are not saved to your template; they are on the fly changes. Any changes you make on this tab are not saved to your template; they are on the fly changes.
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 Use this section to define the size, spacing, and fonts of your spine/pocket labels. Some fields are optional and there to provide additional spacing and font control only if needed. Use this section to define the size, spacing, and fonts of your spine/pocket labels. Some fields are optional and there to provide additional spacing and font control only if needed.
  
-When entering sizes, you may use millimeters (mm), centimeters (cm), or inches (in). For example: 3mm or 0.5in. Zeros must be input before decimals: 0.5in not .5in, for example. 
  
 **Print Feed Option:** Continuous **Print Feed Option:** Continuous
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 Be sure to complete filling out the Settings tab and Save your work before editing the Label Template tab.  Be sure to complete filling out the Settings tab and Save your work before editing the Label Template tab. 
  
-To add fields to the pocket label, scroll to the bottom section of the Label Template tab. You will see the code that has been generated for the label layout you have defined. You may add additional fields in this section, change the order of the fields, or modify how the fields wrap. +To add fields to the pocket label, scroll to the bottom section of the Label Template tab. You will see the code that has been generated for the label layout you have defined. You may add additional fields in this section, change the order of the fields, or modify how the fields wrap. The highlighted area below shows the area you may edit to add or modify fields. Be careful not to modify the rest of the code on the page, or it can break your template. (If this happens, click Default to reset the template to default settings and start over.) 
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 +{{ :cat:spine-label-editing-fields.jpg?600 |}}
  
 If you do not understand the HTML and CSS that is shown, export the template you have to an external file, then attach it to a [[https://help.georgialibraries.org|Help Desk]] ticket along with what you are trying to do, and the PINES staff will assist you.  If you do not understand the HTML and CSS that is shown, export the template you have to an external file, then attach it to a [[https://help.georgialibraries.org|Help Desk]] ticket along with what you are trying to do, and the PINES staff will assist you. 
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 **Title (limited to 30 characters):** <nowiki>{{col.c ? (get_bib_for(col.c).title | limitTo:30) : ''}}</nowiki> **Title (limited to 30 characters):** <nowiki>{{col.c ? (get_bib_for(col.c).title | limitTo:30) : ''}}</nowiki>
  
-<note tip>[[:cat:spine-label-fields|Click here for a list of all available fields]]</note>+**Author (limited to 30 characters):** <nowiki>{{col.c ? (get_bib_for(col.c).author | limitTo:30) ''}}</nowiki>
  
-You can add multiple fields to one line with spaces in between the fields. For example, if you want to add the library's policy name after the barcode, enter it as such+**Price:** <nowiki>{{col.c ? col.c['price'] : '' | currency}}</nowiki> 
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 +<note tip>[[:cat:spine-label-fields-2|Click here for a list of all available fields]]</note> 
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 +You can add multiple fields to one line with spaces in between the fields. For example, if you want to add the library's policy name after the barcode, enter it as
  
 {{ :cat:cont_feed_5.png?600 |}} {{ :cat:cont_feed_5.png?600 |}}
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 As long as you **exactly** paste in the given code for a field (like shelving location or title), the fields will be arranged on the pocket label exactly as you place them in the Label Template tab. As long as you **exactly** paste in the given code for a field (like shelving location or title), the fields will be arranged on the pocket label exactly as you place them in the Label Template tab.
  
-For example, if you enter the code for Title, add in 5 spaces, and then the code for shelving location on the same line, on your pocket label it will have the Title, 5 spaces, and then the shelving location. See below:+For example, if you enter the code for Title, add 5 spaces, and then the code for shelving location on the same line, on your pocket label it will have the Title, 5 spaces, and then the shelving location. See below:
  
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 3. Change the "Item Print Label Call Number Wrap Filter Width" to at least 15 (or however many characters can print on the one line).  3. Change the "Item Print Label Call Number Wrap Filter Width" to at least 15 (or however many characters can print on the one line). 
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 +=== Moving the Call Number Down on the Spine Label ===
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 +You can use the 'Item Print Label - Inline CSS Field' to fine-tune some of the settings. For example, if you want your spine labels to start partway down the label rather than at the top of the label, you can add this text into the Inline CSS field:
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 +<nowiki>.spine{padding-top:30px}</nowiki>
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 +=== Different Font Size for Spine and Pocket Labels ===
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 +You can make the spine label have a different font-size from the pocket label by setting the regular font size using 'Item Print Label Font Size' and then using the 'Item Print Label - Inline CSS Field' like this (where 14pt is the desired font size):
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 +<nowiki>.spine{font-size:14pt;}</nowiki>
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 ===== Importing and Exporting Templates ===== ===== Importing and Exporting Templates =====
  
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