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Old 01-06-2008, 05:07 PM   #1
sonichedgehog
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Vertical lines on scan Artec E+Pro/Xsane


I think me & 1 other guy are the only ppl in the world with an Artec E+Pro scanner...
SANE lists my scanner as minimal support please report your results, have done this & found that there was a similar post about 1 year ago, the writer didn't put his id. SANE replied that they don't support this scanner now (I don't think it was ever common enough to justify work on their part)
The lines are discolorations scanned slightly lighter than surroundings, vertical, about 5mm apart, all resolutions.
To get this scanner working on Linux I have had to mess about with the drivers so I don't mind getting hands a little bit dirty altho I'm no expert!!!
Has anyone fixed this issue- on any scanner? Might be a good start.
 
  


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