A few experiments:
1) Still using the original snapscan driver of 1.0.3, but patched:
The 1212U_2 (mine) does the following:
- as 1236S: only B/W and Line Art
- as Acer 620: Color, but vertically stretched (about 3 times)
- as Snapscan 310/300: Size seems to be correct, but colors
are separated (RGB) and image is is cut into stripes (displaced)
2) Using the sourceforge driver, which had 1212U in the .h file:
I Had to add 1212U_2 there, else it didn't recognize it.
Then, the same problem as 310/300 above.
This should be some (simple?) juggling with sizes. Probably due to
different organizing of the data coming from the scanner. Maybe due
to the 36 bit scheme? I'll try and find where this is done, though I'd
appreciate any hint as to where to look.
Maybe I could send you a small image - this could indicate where
the problem is.
Thanks for all the help!
On Tue, 19 Dec 2000 12:36:03 -0500 email@example.com wrote/El dddd> Have you downloaded and installed the snapscan driver from
> sourceforge? It corrects a few known color-scanning issues.
> Also, you might try changing the snapscan.h file to different
> types of scanners for your 1212U (ie, tell its a SNAPSCAN300
> or a SNAPSCAN600 or a PRISA640, etc).
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > A little more...
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