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Old 24 Feb 2012, 11:45 pm
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Old 26 Feb 2012, 05:28 pm
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testingggggg
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 09:30 am
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it's me again.
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 09:39 am
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 12:52 pm
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What are you trying to test???
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 01:07 pm
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I'm trying get the combination to make my scanned Haynes manual pages clearer.

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Old 08 Mar 2012, 01:34 pm
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Hayne's manuals SUCK. Why don't you download my OEM service manuals instead??????
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 02:24 pm
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I agree, the Haynes can't compare to the real manual, but It's not the total referance material for me that I'm trying to gain. It's just to post pics of some of the Haynes images to better explain (illustrate) my answers to some of the queries here on this site. "A picture is better than a thousand words" especially when used to illustrate an answer.

My problem that I'm trying to improve is the quality of the results of my scanned images as they are shown on this site. Almost all (99%) of Crewzins images that he uses for illustration here come from the Haynes and his are all clearer than mine.

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Old 08 Mar 2012, 05:32 pm
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What software are you using to "refine" your scans? Personally I use PaintShopPro X4, but I do have Photoshop, just it's not really all that great, not user friendly, not a good gui on the front end, etc. I'm actually a Beta Tester for Corel. I used to be the same for Jasc years ago when they came out with PaintShop Pro. When Corel bought them they asked me to stay on so I get all their software free. Have their latest PSP and Video Studio software. Friggin works great!

Also, as an fyi, any graphics I post here I limit the size to 770 pixels in width, that way if someone is on a dial-up or a slow connection, or using an old monitor that's 800 px wide, they can see it no problem.

Also, what DPI are you scanning in at? Most scanners have a default around 120 to 150 (mine's a fancy one and it's default is 150). For documents, the best scan rate is 300 dpi, that gives you real clear documents. For pictures it's 600 dpi. With PSP X4, you scan in, hit one button marked "Enhance Photo", then "One-Step Photo Fix" and voila - the scanned in item is 'purified'.

I may have a beta copy around if you want it. Have to look and see. It's excellent graphics and photo image software.
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Old 08 Mar 2012, 07:17 pm
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I guess size really dose matter guys!

Somebody just had to go there!
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