On Wed, Sep 27, 2000 at 05:09:21PM -0800, ken fisher wrote:
> I have sane running as a plug-in for Gimp, scanning with a Nikon LS-1000.
> All was doing fine and I was scanning negatives happily. Slides were
> incredibly dark. After trying to adjust gamma, brightness, and contrast
> for the slides, I gave up and went back to negatives. I'm familiar with
> switching between negatives and slides. There is usually some color
> correction that also takes place for negatives. Well, after switching
> back, I've got my colors all blown, and I can't seem to set them on the
> original values. I've read the info on the site, but still seem lost
> resetting to original values. Any suggestions?
If you use xscanimage the settings are stored at
~/.sane/xscanimage/backend:device.rc . Just rename this file (or remove it).
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