James Lawrie schrieb:
> > If you have an Agfa SnapScan 600 or 1236 (maybe other SnapScan models
> > work too), then my scanner application would do the job.
> > I planned to release drivers for Umax Astra and Microtek ScanMaker too
> > (I have them and I got the programming manuals) but I never found the
> > time to write them.
> > Also, I think there is a scanner app from Canon for their bundled
> > scanner for their GEOS-Typewriter-like device (forgot the name).
> My scanner is an Epson Perfection 636, I've had it working with the generic
> support of Linux, so maybe the same with a GEOS app? It's worth a try
Most certainly not.
The first Alpha version of the scanner app used a generic driver based
on the Adaptec SCSI Whitepapers, but it was almost useless for my
SnapScan. The actual app does not include this 'driver'. There is only
Quote:> Just looking to save some effort converting windows clipart to CGM. Any
> suggestions on a small quick windows app to do this with?
I think I read about a batch utility some time ago, but I do not
remember where and what. Maybe Graphics Workshop (I know it had a batch
converter in the old WIn3.1 version, but I don't know about vector
graphics, but maybe the more recent versions...)
Quote:> My main reason for upgrading would be for the improved internet apps. I'm
> pretty happy with the other applications, though an upgrade of the database
> would be nice. Maybe something like a graphical frontend for dBase files,
> kinda like Geoworks Pro had for Quattro spreadsheets.
NDO2000 in its gold build and last betas (not the one available from
Breadbox) did include high-quality sound drivers for SB8/16 compatible
cards. Also, some additional tools are included. But it has older
versions of the internet apps.
The main applications are more or less unchanged since 1995.
Take a class. Read a book. Don't expect computers to be simple, because
they are not.