This is a follow up to the article posted on January 23 and relates to our Google Chrome users only.

In the last week Google has released a new version of Chrome (version 42 to be specific) that has completely disabled some DYMO printers. You can manually re-enable the DYMO printers by typing the following into the Chrome address bar and enabling the setting: chrome://flags/#enable-npapi

It has been our experience that after enabling this setting you need to restart Google Chrome and in some instances you may need to restart your computer.

Test to see if you have the DYMO printer installed and enabled correctly.

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