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Old 4th January 2010, 09:04
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Default Adding receipt printing function to PHP code PHPPointofSale

I am using PHP Point of sale with my business, and I am looking for someone to help myself and the developer as well as the rest of the PHPPointofSale community add a receipt print function to the code.

This has to work with receipts that are standard POS receipts, and are 70mm wide.

The print function is there, but it prints a full 8.5 x 11 page.

I am offering $80 for this function, and the developer is offering $200. So $280 total.

In fact, there are several projects open at http://forums.phppointofsale.com/viewforum.php?f=12

The particular project that I am most concerned about it:

The developer of this project, is also looking for someone to integrate a payment gateway into the software. But that is least important to me. I will pay a total of $80 for someone to get receipts to print properly.

I have a receipt printer to test with. So as long as the size is adjust to almost fit, I can take care of the rest probably.

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