You can set up your Brother printer with IL Print! Just follow the below steps.
*Before you begin, please ensure you have followed the steps to install the Brother drivers on your computer. You can find the latest drivers here.
To get started using IL Print Navigate to Settings>Print Settings, and then select "Set Up a Printer".
Once selected you will see the option to use our current print method (to print via the browser) or to select "Try IL Print"
After Selecting IL Print, you will automatically be prompted to begin the installation on your computer for either Windows or Mac.
*The setup prompts will look different depending on if you're using a Mac or Windows. For either OS, just navigate through the installation as appropriate for your computer.
This file will then automatically begin to download, which you will see in the lower right corner of your browser.
If you do not automatically have downloads set to Open once complete, you can click on the three lines next to the file and select Open to launch the installation wizard.
Note: If the download does not appear in your browser bar, navigate to Finder > Downloads > and double click IL Print 1.0.pkg.
In the case that you do not have an updated version of Java installed, the installation will prompt you to install the Java software. This is required to continue with installation.
Once you have received the Success message, you should also see the IL Print icon on your device:
Last but not least, it is time to navigate back to Stratify in order to select Next and choose your Printer and Label Preferences.
As a Windows user with continuous labels, you have to set up your Brother printer settings to match the label preference you chose in InventoryLab:
In order to print within Stratify, a Thermal Printer must be selected. InventoryLab does not currently offer the ability to print 30-up Labels.
That's it! Once you select Finish Setup you are free to print your thermal labels within Stratify!
Once you complete the Print Setup you'll have the option to check that everything is looking good by clicking the Print Test Label button on the Print Settings Page.