[sane-devel] Weiiiird colors

m. allan noah anoah@pfeiffer.edu
Fri, 14 Nov 2003 15:46:56 -0500 (EST)

perhaps old version of sane, i think this is fixed. try getting the sane 
1.0.13 pre-release from the website and install it yourself.


On Fri, 14 Nov 2003, Mattias Kregert wrote:

> Good evening....
> I have a kind of weird color problem... maybe someone here have an idea of whats causing this...?
> Take a look on the atached pictures... very fun, but not very useful :)
> I have tried both USB and SCSI, but the results are the same. In normal mode black/white is swapped,... So i tried with "--rif=yes", which fixed the black/white problem... but then blue becomes redand red becomes blue... *arghh*
> What is going on?? LSB/MSB mismatch? between scanner/controller? between controller/os? ?? does the scanner use 24 bit color and sane 8 or 16 bit?? am i hallucinating? cosmic radiation??
> Any ideas?
> I can use the scanner in grayscale mode if i use "--rif=yes"... but i want to scan color too... :-/
> System info:
> --------------
> Scanner: Fujitsu FI-4120C
> OS: Linux 2.4.20
> Distro: Slackware 9.0
> I/F 1: SCSI controller:  Tekram DC-315, options=7,20,1,32
> I/F 2: USB 2.0
> /Mattias

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