[sane-devel] gscan2pdf v2.11.0 released
andrea.croci at gmx.de
Mon Jan 18 21:36:11 GMT 2021
And thanks to you indeed for a very nice piece of software. I use it a
lot and it saves me a lot of time.
On 18.01.21 22:06, Jeff wrote:
> gscan2pdf - A GUI to produce a multipage PDF or DjVu from a scan.
> Five clicks are required to scan several pages and then save all or
> a selection as a PDF or DjVu file, including metadata if required.
> gscan2pdf can control regular or sheet-fed (ADF) scanners with SANE via
> libimage-sane-perl, scanimage or scanadf, and can scan multiple pages at
> once. It presents a thumbnail view of scanned pages, and permits simple
> operations such as cropping, rotating and deleting pages.
> OCR can be used to recognise text in the scans, and the output
> embedded in the PDF or DjVu.
> PDF conversion is done by PDF::API2.
> The resulting document may be saved as a PDF, DjVu, multipage TIFF file,
> or single page image file.
> Changelog for 2.11.0:
> * Run started callback before error callback
> * + option to navigate through OCR output by position
> * Fix hang trying to process page that has been deleted.
> * Quit with fatal error if module versions do not match executable
> version. Closes #370 (gscan2pdf opens to white screen).
> * Take undo/redo snapshot when adding or correcting OCR text
> * Don't lose OCR output when running user-defined tool
> * Only update list of user-defined tools on pressing apply in
> * + vertically split screen view for image and OCR output.
> * Correct use of dpi option in v4.0.0-beta.1 tesseract call
> (i.e. Bionic).
> * Check that the core font cannot encode the glyphs before using TTF.
> * + option to put OCR output to the right of the image, rather than
> behind it.
> * Additionally make source "Normal" a synonym for "flatbed". Closes #371
> (Improve option for auto-select #Pages upon switching ADF/Normal)
> * Fix bug estimating height of non-greyscale variable height scans.
> * Update to Hungarian translation (thanks to csola)
> * Update to Ukrainian translation (thanks to Yuri Chornoivan)
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