Changes and new features Lablink 

Version number: 2.10.41

Issuer: Netlife

Platform/ OS: Microsoft Windows Vista, 7, 8 & 10

Short summary about the software 

Lablink is a software to download image orders from the internet and kiosks, and to further channel the production towards minilabs, plotters and sublimation printers.

Glossary of the new functionality 

  • Orders can now be partially processed on error, allowing send to production with the products that did not fail
  • Automatic download of green screen background images
  • Fixed C8 repeating error when order contains CD
  • Improved CMYK handling
  • Show originating authorization ID on the incoming page
  • Expanded trigger system
  • Fixed several issues causing instability
  • Minor performance improvements
  • General bug fixes

Partially processed orders

Should one or more out of many images in an order be corrupt, you can now produce everything that was processed successfully.

Automatic green screen background download

Green screen backgrounds are now automatically downloaded from the server when required. All green screen background management is now done through web admin.

Fixed C8 repeating error when order contains CD

People who reported this problem should have gotten a manual update which fixed
this problem. This update is now included in stable release.

Improved CMYK handling

CMYK conversion should now be handled automatically, avoiding the inverted image look.

Since CMYK images with no profile cannot reliably be converted to any other
colorspace, warnings will now be shown, and auto production will not occur.

Expanded trigger system

Note: This information is more relevant for developers and users doing integration towards other systems and workflow. Lablink can now be controlled by external applications, allowing them to trigger operations normally done through the GUI, allowing for more autonomous operation of Lablink. This update includes the possibility
to mark an order as sent (status 9). Please consult the documentation at for more information.


Read the full Lablink documentation here.