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Skanlite

   1.1  

KDE Graphic Tool

Score 78%
Skanlite
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Skanlite
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2656
Submitted:  Aug 8 2009
Updated:  Jan 1 2014

Description:

Skanlite is an image scanner application for KDE 4.




Changelog:

1.1
- KIO support
- Reset file numbering to 1 when the file folder/prefix/type is changed
- Save is now the default button for the preview-before-save dialog.

1.0
- Fix "save crash" when libksane returns an odd number sized buffer in 16 bit mode
BUG: 314108
- Save sequence number across sessions
BUG: 202432
- Add option to set sequence-number. Do not open "first image" dialog after settings dialog has been canceled.
BUG: 310687
BUG: 310688
BUG: 310689

0.9
- (Fix regression) Base suggested file name on previous name.
- Remove the save without asking and keep the ask for first, because you probably want to see where the files go anyways the first time around.

You can also download Skanlite from download.kde.org/stable/skanlite/

0.8
- Save scanner options on exit and restore them on next start.
- Add option to disable automatic selection of scan area(s).

0.7
-Fix save file name regression.

0.6
- Fix compilation problem.
- Fix save window size bug.

0.5
- Add 16 bits/color support for PNG images.
- Save window size on exit.
- Fix the "Remember last saved image path/type" regression.




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 Does "save to" work?

 
 by scummos on: Dec 16 2010
 
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Hey,

if I select "save without asking for a file name" as save mode, skanlite just does not do that but still shows a preview window instead. Anyone else experiencing that issue?

Cool application, otherwise.

Best regards,
Sven


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 Does "save to" work?

 
 by scummos on: Dec 16 2010
 
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Hey,

if I select "save without asking for a file name" as save mode, skanlite just does not do that but still shows a preview window instead. Anyone else experiencing that issue?

Cool application, otherwise.

Best regards,
Sven


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 Re: Does "save to" work?

 
 by sars on: Dec 18 2011
 
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There is a "preview before save" option that can be disabled :)


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 Cannot see result

 
 by dagnygren on: Feb 18 2011
 
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After upgrading my KDE to 4.6.0 and Qt 4.7.1 the window that shows the result after a scan is empty.
Saving the result shows that it is fine.


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 multipage and pdf ?

 
 by schmirrwurst on: Feb 28 2011
 
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Is there a roadmap for skanlite development ?

I'd like to know if multipage support is planed ? and pdf output...

I'm fed up using gtk programs for that...
Is there a way to make a donation action, for all people that wan't that features, to pay for the dev ?


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 Re: multipage and pdf ?

 
 by sars on: Dec 19 2011
 
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I have developed Skanlite for my own image scanning needs and PDF has not been very high on my priority :(

There is a sleeping playground project in kde svn called SkanSuite that includes a multipage pdf scanning (also based on libksane), but it has not seen any love in a looong time.

I have hoped that somebody with an itch to write and maintain a document scanning application would step up...


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 Re: Re: multipage and pdf ?

 
 by schmirrwurst on: Mar 11 2012
 
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Would you think about making it for money ?


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 Re: Re: Re: multipage and pdf ?

 
 by sars on: Mar 12 2012
 
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Hmm... Don't know... Money has not been a driving force for my hobby ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: multipage and pdf ?

 
 by schmirrwurst on: Mar 16 2012
 
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I like kde so much, but there are some important apps missing, and for very long time.
No proper scanning app with multipage since kooka, no reliable, stable full integrated browser (rekonq is not yet an alternative...)
It really anoying using gtk apps, that are not well integrated to the desktop. I'm not a good dev, so I'm searching a way of boosting kde ergonomy and adding missing features...


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 Bug & Suggestion

 
 by Mte90 on: Mar 28 2011
 
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Skanlite is a good program but i have noted a annoying problem with the configuration.
I not need on my scanner at default the settings for 600 dpi.
A men have made a script for bypass the problem http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/scannerdolphin-qt?content=139016 .
It's possible integrate this in the program?
I not want open a ticket on the kde buzilla...


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 Re: Bug & Suggestion

 
 by sars on: Dec 18 2011
 
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0.8 saves scanner options for the next time. Hope this helps :)


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 About

 
 by JohnGillies on: Dec 19 2011
 
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I use skanlite all the time - it's simple and just works.

But...just installed 0.8 from src, and wonder why the ABOUT screen shows 0.7?

John


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 Re: About

 
 by sars on: Mar 12 2012
 
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Human error...


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