[sane-devel] Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn

Nicolas Martin nicolas0martin at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 20:00:20 UTC 2009

Le mercredi 21 octobre 2009 à 12:55 -0700, Adrian Sandor a écrit :

> > > What does "Button-controlled scan" do on other Pixma devices?
> > On other Pixma devices, the button-controlled scan is used to be able to
> > start scanning when in front of the device. You select in Xsane for
> > instance, button-controlled scan, then click the scan button on Xsane.
> > At that point, scanning is on hold, and does not start. You must go in
> > front of the device, select the scanner mode, and hit the copy button to
> > enable scanning by Xsane. This way, you can more easily scan documents
> > that require some manipulations on document or scanner cover (e.g. for
> > books)
> Well, that's exactly what it does on my device. I don't see what's the difference.
Clarification here:
I understood that you could *only* start scanning after pressing the
scan button on the scanner, even if the "button-controlled" option is
Is that what you experience ?


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