well, it seems that the latest code in CVS did work. I can now scan
perfectly at all resolutions specified (up to 300 dpi) and in all modes.
However, do you work on increasing the resolution range for this scanner
at the moment? Is there a possibility to trick the scanner and in case
there is how do you do that?
Chris Bagwell schrieb:
> > > Anyways, there is a workaround for the problem in current > CVS.
> > > Hopefully, someone will have time to look into it better > since
> > > the current fix could cause invalid expected byte calcs and > cause
> > > the scanner to lock up in other places.
> > How and where do I get the latest CVS? And what is this CVS > good for?
> CVS is what we use to store the latest sourcecode. I took a snapshot of
> the latest code in CVS and placed it for download from
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/snapscan as a tar ball.
> I mistakenly used US style dates on the filename instead of how
> Sebastien usually posts them. Sorry about that.
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