Kooka, part of the kdegraphics package, is a raster image scan program which supports OCR. It is based on the scanner access library SANE. It supports scanning in different modes and resolutions, preview, scan area selection, and an image save assistant which features a gallery organised in a treeview with a comfortable image viewer and thumbnail support. OCR is supported through GOCR, an open source project. Kooka uses the libkscan, which offers scanner support to all KDE applications.
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Release Notes: This release uses the open source project ocrad as its OCR engine by default. It comes with a user interface to ocrad that allows you to adjust the layout detection mode of ocrad.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes a bug that prevented it from working with the recently released version 0.5 of Ocrad. It also fixes a serious bug in the thumbnail list handling.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the free OCR program ocrad, acting as a graphical frontend for ocrad when working on scanned images. Image printing has been added, either in the screen size or the real size calculated from the scan resolution and fitting the page.
Release Notes: Kooka has received a completely redesigned interface for OCR embedding to make it easier to embed additional OCR engines. The user interface has been redesigned and improved. Spellchecking of the OCR result text has been added. Beside the Open Source OCR tool gocr, Kooka now supports the KADMOS OCR/ICR toolbox for Linux.
Release Notes: This release has some maintainance changes. Besides some small bugfixes, inline renaming of images in the gallery is enabled again. libkscan now supports the halftone scan mode.