> >>>>> On Sun, 17 Aug 1997 16:58:03 -0400, Rex Vaughn
> <email@example.com> said:
> Rex> Actually it seems that the HP C5100 works just fine under SCL.
> Rex> I am using sane 0.62.... (I didn't do any through testing but
> Rex> I was able to scan a negative @2400dpi in full color. The
> Rex> resulting file was 171 Meg and I didn't have anything that
> Rex> could view it.... So instead of scanning the entire strip, I
> Rex> scanned only 40mm of it and got a more reasonable 30Meg file.)
> Cool! Can you let me know when you're fairly certain that everything
> works as it supposed to? I'd like to update the man-page once we know
> what does and what does not work with the C5100.
What's everything? Is there a standard regression test that you run on
a scannerto say, yes it does work? Is there any online documentation on
Here is what I have so far:
When doing a prview image of a negative, the last section of the
shows up as garbage on the screen. Also when selecting the area to do
a higher resolution scan, the x coordinate is off by a factor of 2 or 3
(I can modify the x coordinate using the slider and use my best guess as
to how much
I really want. (it is usually the entire width of the negative that i
want)). I havn't done
any slide scans yet under either Winblows95 or Linux. And I havn't done
any photo scans
> Rex> Anyway, before I start asking dumb questions, is there a FAQ
> Rex> for this list?
> Nah, I'm afraid not. Any volunteers?
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