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Re: kooka and 3pass scanners

Am Montag, 26. Juli 2004 14:43 schrieb David P James:
> On Mon 26 July 2004 06:33, Tobias Kraus wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm using kooka 0.42 (official Debian testing package) and
> > scanning over the network (using the sane net dll) works fine -
> > except the fact that kooka only saves the red part of the image
> > (I'm using the mustek 6000cx _3pass_ scanner - it's not state of
> > the art, but it's ok for me). I cannot verify if this is a
> > problem of scanning over the network because I don't have a
> > SCSI-Controller on my laptop. Single-pass scanners work fine, so
> > does xscanimage.
> >
> > Can anyone verify this problem? I searched bugs.kde.org and could
> > not find a bug-report.
> Yes, I have a Microtek 35t 3-pass film and slide scanner and it too
> does not work with kooka - kooka simply locks up after the first
> pass (red I think). xscanimage works fine however.

On my box, kooka does not lock up. After scanning the first colour, I 
can enter the file type (jpg, bmp, ...) the image should be saved as. 
The same behaviour as when scanning grayscale or colour with a 
single-pass scanner.

> I've not found a bug report on it either but now that we know it's
> not a one-user problem one of should probably file a bug on it.

Would you be so kind to do that as you seem to be a native speaker. 
Otherwise I will do that.

Thank you,


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