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Can i insert Two different coloureds Tag Rols in the Machine

I have to print Tag in different colours, instead of changing the Rols i was thinking if i can insert two different coloured tag rolls. & how do i then command to print one coloured tag at one time?

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If you put 2 rolls in, the labels will float around, since there is no way to keep each loose end in place.

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