Version 1.0.5 of gscan2pdf

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug preventing new processes starting after a process had been canceled. It fixes a bug in copy and paste via the menu. It deals with scanners that provide less data than their headers announce, by padding with blanks. It fixes unpaper when used as part of the scan process. Sort order of languages in OCR ComboBoxes. Deals with non-UTF-8 output from OCR. Fixes a bug in Email to PDF. Fixes a bug in changing mode in the scanimage dialog. A Gujarati translation. Updated translation of the following languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Czech, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Polish, Spanish, and Swedish.

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  •  04 Apr 2014 13:17

    Release Notes: All page range widgets were tied together to prevent unexpected behaviour. A bug was fixed parsing the units of the resolution of imported images. An infinite loop was fixed scanning page 1 when 5+ exist. gscan2pdf now also parses negative progress percentages from scanimage.

    •  29 Jan 2014 00:29

      Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs related to restoring crashed sessions. It fixes a bug that caused the "All" or "Selected" page range selector not to be honored. It adds a menu item "Open crashed session".

      •  14 Jan 2014 09:15

        Release Notes: Various bugs relating to the 'Paper size' widget were fixed.

        •  13 Jan 2014 23:55

          Release Notes: Bugs were fixed in opening saved sessions and storing the resolution of scanned images.

          •  26 Nov 2013 08:04

            Release Notes: The ability to show and hide options in CLI frontends was added via Edit/Preferences. Several bugs were fixed, including one preventing the device from being changed. The translations were updated for Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, French, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Turkish, and Ukranian.

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