[sane-devel] How can I help with Canon Maxify MB2000 series testing?
ronca.pat at gmail.com
Mon Jan 29 20:35:31 UTC 2018
Yes, --button-controlled=yes has no effect on the scanner: nothing happens,
scanimage just hangs while the scanner seems to not have understood the
command, the display do not change page nor shows a prompt or some sign
that an operation is pending. I do not know if this feature should be
supported on the MB2350, I never saw such a feature even on Windows when
configuring/using my scanner. Could you tell me where to check if MB2350
supports the button-controlled mode or if you know some windows software
that can show me how it works so that I can understand what should be the
expected behaviour on Linux, if any?
Il giorno lun 29 gen 2018 alle ore 20:40 Louis Lagendijk <louis at fazant.net>
> On Sun, 2018-01-28 at 14:26 +0000, Patrick Roncagliolo wrote:
> Hi Rolf,
> I tested scanimage with different options today. In particular, I tested
> all the combinations of connection/resolution/color available with flatbed
> --Connection: usb/net
> --Resolution: 75/150/300/600/1200
> --Color: color/gray/lineart
> ...for a total of 30 tests. I can confirm that all the combinations work,
> I have a folder with all the scans and a script, so I can replicate the
> operation while collecting debug info by setting SANE_DEBUG_PIXMA if
> necessary, and share all the results somewhere (eg. Google Drive).
> But ADF _do not_ work for me using scanimage or scanadf. Here's a sample
> output (SANE_DEBUG_PIXMA=3 PIXMA_EXPERIMENT=1):
> This sounds the same as the status on my MB5050. You may also want to test
> the button support: that probably does not work either.
> BR, Louis
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