[sane-devel] Re: [hpoj-devel] ADF on HP Office Jet G85, Continuous
Sat, 17 Aug 2002 10:28:36 +0200
XSane expects that there is an option of the type SANE_CONSTRAINT_STRING_LIST
with the name SANE_NAME_SCAN_SOURCE(defined in saneopts.h). It uses this
option to define what source is the ADF. When there is no such option
then you can not enable the adf mode of xsane.
Brent Hasty schrieb:
> On Friday 16 August 2002 04:54, Allen Barnett wrote:
> I have another HP scanning device with a sheet feeder, a scanjet 6350c.
> Using Xsane I am able to batch scan and convert to my image format of choice.
> But for some reason the same options, settings, or preferences do not seem
> to work similar for the G85.
> One clue I have noticed that might be a possiable culpret is:
> Under Preferences>setup>enhancments> there is a sub entry labeled Automatic
> Document Feeder Modus: with the 6350c I have 4 choices (none), Normal, ADF,
> and XPA. When attemting to adjust this setting on the G85 the only option is
> Where can I go from this to finding out why for the G85 Xsane will not allow
> me to select the ADF in the prior mentioned menue entry?
> I will have to try your suggestion, how can I get it to save my scanned
> images as *.png, using that command?
> Are there ways I can test from the command line or other, and find out more
> information on the ADF on the G85?
> Can I manually edit a rc file for xsane to force the ADF option?
> > On Thursday 15 August 2002 08:01 pm, Brent Hasty wrote:
> > > What is required to get the ADF on the HP Office Jet G85, to scan
> > > documents in Continuous Mode?
> > >
> > > As it is I have to click the start button for each page.
> > >
> > > I am using Xsane 0.87, libsane-hp.so.1.0.8, libsane-hpoj.so.1.0, and
> > > hpoj-0.90-0, to support this device.
> > I'm not sure that xsane can scan all the pages in the ADF with just one
> > button push. Try the command line scan command:
> > scanimage --resolution 75 -b --batch-scan
> > Allen
> "The place of the material world in the universe is that of an exquisitely
> beautiful precipitate or varied cloud-work in the universal Ęther, determined
> by a geometrical necessity...." ~ Professor John G. Macvicar1870 ~
> Brent Hasty
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