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Downloads:  2686
Submitted:  Jan 29 2006
Updated:  Feb 7 2006


KopyShop is a simple KDE application to copy a sheet of paper. It uses a scanner and a printer to do that. The main advantage of KopyShop is that your copy is nearly the same size as the original. One Idea was that this task should easy for the end user. Techniclly it uses the SANE and KPrinter to communicate with the devices. Additionaly it has the feature to save or load image files. The input and output resolutions are adjustable, as well as the input and output device (last is done bei the KDE printer dialog)

-Running KDE 3 (tested on gentoo, kde3.5).
-sane-backends installed.
-A configured and working SANE device and a output device supported by KPrinter.
-installed libkscan / kdegraphics

For installing source: all things you need to compile a KDE application and SANE header files.

Known bugs/limitations
Warning! Don't start KopyShop when your scanning device is not ready, program will possibly wait endlessly.

-Physical size of scanner must be nearly the same as the printer (usualy A4).
-Some error/status messages are missing...
-German translation didn't work.

- flexible zooming
- some bug fixing for the GUI

additional licens information: the headers from libkscan are included because they are missed. Many thx to Klaas Freitag for helping with the libkscan thing.


0.1.10 Bugfix release
-fix compile error in ksprefswidgetbase.ui
-code clean up

testing release for upcoming 0.2
-new GUI
-new preview
-ability to crop before print
-center selected area on page
-lots of bugfixes
-use external libkscan instead of include into kopyshop
(if you have a KDE prior 3.5, then kopyshop could not work as expected)

0.1.1 BUGFIX release
-application icon (thx to Stefanie Denecke)
-app settings are restorable
-new option: scale to fit paper size
-better print size correction

initial release

Gentoo(Gentoo Ebuild)
Source(source v0.1.1 (for KDE prior 3.5))
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 by Headrush on: Feb 7 2006
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You should add ~amd64 to the keywords in your gentoo ebuild. Works perfectly on amd64 also.

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 Re: amd64

 by sarahb523 on: Feb 8 2006
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next version will have ~amd64. I havn't such an arch, so your infos about that are important for me.

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 by Animatrix30 on: Feb 7 2006
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Suse rpm is online :

Webpage >> http://www.animweb-fr.com/SuSE

Direct link >> http://www.animweb-fr.com/SuSE/rpm/kopyshop-0-1.10.i386.rpm

Enjoy it !

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 Good app!

 by tryfan on: Feb 8 2006
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A nice, and sorely needed, app!

Found a couple of things that made me a bit confused, though.
"Direct copy" doesn't actually copy anything - you have to scan first. Wouldn't it be better to integrate scanning into "direct copy"?
If that's not possible, the "scan" button should be to the left of "direct copy".

Also, after scanning one document, I have to restart the app, before I can scan another - otherwise, it will just keep on printing the same document :-)

Otherwise, it's really great - I can't understand why it hasn't been done before!

Goran J

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 Re: Good app!

 by sarahb523 on: Feb 8 2006
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thx for pointing some things out.
direct copy means scan and open the print dialog after scanning. This is diferent to "scan" the image into the buffer first and then press "print" to print. But after "dircet copy" the scaned image stayed in the buffer, for further operations.
possible there is a bug - I will fix it, including the other things you reported.

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 KopyShop Config

 by drumvudu on: Feb 8 2006
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Just wanted to let you know that this is a great little app for kids that have trouble with figuring out xsane or the other more complicated apps for just making a copy. I will tell you though that I built it on three OpenSuSE machines and when I first ran the app as a regular user, it was wrongly identifying the scanner as niash:libusb:002:005 even though when run from the command line, stout clearly said niash:libusb:002:009. I had to go in and manually change that in the config file for ever individual user except root always had it right in the first place. Must be a little bug. This was on KDE-3.4.2-level-b and OpenSuSE v10 fully updated. I don't know if it will help but I am running sane version sane-1.0.15-20.2. Otherwise, thanks for a nice little app..

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 by sarahb523 on: Feb 8 2006
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I havn't experience with usb scanners. I only get the device names that comes from libkscan (also used by kooka). It's on my bug list ;-)

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 Scan to PDF

 by Hantilles on: Feb 15 2006
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Fantastic app! Exactly what I've been looking for. Now, you may not like this, as it would "blow up" the features of the app - I understand if you want to keep it really small - but there's another thing that I think is really useful.
Often I don't have to copy documents but want to scan them directly to a PDF document. I know I can achieve this some kind by choosing PDF File in the print dialog, but this only works for a single page. I often have to scan about two to five pages to a document and I don't like doing that on command line. So I would see such a feature as a perfect addition to the program. What do you think?

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 Re: Scan to PDF

 by sarahb523 on: Feb 16 2006
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nice idea, I will look if I can find an easy to use implemention. I have some other nice things I want to integrate, next version will be in some weeks.


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 partial image

 by leoppp on: Oct 14 2006
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I have a problem with kopyshop when i launch scan, the scanner (epson perfection 1260) capture only a rectangle of 10X8 cm. which it can be the problem? Thanks

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