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Date Posted: 19:36:46 04/10/00 Mon
Author: Guy Pigerre
Subject: Re: Scanning several Images
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Scanning several Images" on 07:36:02 04/10/00 Mon

The problem persists when the demo is run outside the IDE and with Delphi not running.

Epson FilmScan is a film scanner. It scans a film from a non-digital camera. The program that drives it is called "Epson Twain32".

You wrote:
> When an image is scanned with Twain, a value
> indicating there are more images is returned to the
> application. This is how Envision works.

I cannot see any variable relating to the number of images in the OnAcquire event.

Why is Demo closing the TWain driver program after one image has been scanned?


Thanks for your answer.

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