Imaging for Windows 95 Version 01.00.00Imaging is a new Windows 95 accessory that allows users to create,annotate, view and print TIFF, BMP and Microsoft Fax (AWD) imagedocuments. Users can also view and print JPEG and PCX/DCX images withthis application. It is built using several OCXs (also included withthis kit) that can be used by developers to build custom imagingapplications.This README file includes information about the following topics: 1 - Installation 2 - TWAIN Support 3 - Functional Considerations 4 - Additional Considerations About This Release1 - Installation================Before installing Imaging, it is highly recommended that you close allopen applications that are visible on your Windows 95 taskbar to avoidinstallation conflicts.To install Imaging:-------------------1. Locate the "SETUP.EXE" file in the directory where you unzipped the Imaging files and double-click.2. Select OK on the Imaging Setup dialog to install the Imaging components. Do not check the TWAIN 1.6 box until you read section 2 below.When the installation is complete, select "Imaging" from the Program >Accessories menu to run your Imaging application.To Uninstall Imaging:---------------------1. Select "Add/Remove Programs" from the Control Panel.2. Select the "Windows Setup" tab.3. Select Accessories.4. Select the "Details" button.5. Scroll down to Imaging. UNCHECK the selection to uninstall Imaging.6. Scroll down to TWAIN 1.6. UNCHECK the selection to uninstall TWAIN 1.6 if it is checked.7. Select the "OK" button.8. Select the "Apply" button on the "Windows Setup" tabThe following on-line resources provide more information about how touse Imaging:* Sample Visual Basic Program - The WINDOWS\WANGSAMP directory contains a Visual Basic program that illustrates the use of the OCX controls.* Application On-Line Help - The file WANGIMG.HLP in the WINDOWS\HELP directory provides on-line help for the application. You can access Help via Help ->Help Topics when you run the application.* Programming Help - The file WANGOCXD.HLP in the WINDOWS\HELP directory provides on-line help for the OCX controls as well as information on imaging concepts. A third Help file that you might notice in the Help directory, WANGOCX.HLP, provides help for dialog box fields and is not intended for browsing.2 - TWAIN Support=================If this is your first time installing Imaging and you plan to usescanning, you must install TWAIN Version 1.6 in order for yourscanner to work correctly with Imaging. The TWAIN Version 1.6 filesare included with your Imaging kit and can be installed by alsochecking the TWAIN 1.6 option box during installation. Please notethat TWAIN support files are used by many scanning applications anddifferent applications do not always support the same versions ofTWAIN. To retrieve newer versions of TWAIN files and related supportinformation (TWAIN SPEC, TWAIN.FAQ) you should look in the followingplaces:FTP site: CAERE.COM in PUB/TWAINCompuServe: Go HPPERIPH, TWAIN DirectoryInternet: WWW.TWAIN.ORGYour scanner manufacturerThe TWAIN Working Group at: Inside the U.S.: 1-800-722-0379 Outside the U.S. and Canada: (208) 344-4809 (This is a fax back system that faxes the TWAIN Toolkit order form, Document Number 3130)Note: Imaging installs 4 TWAIN related files (twain.dll,twain_32.dll, twunk_16.exe, twunk_32.exe) to your Windows Systemdirectory. If TWAIN 1.6 is selected for removal, it will delete onlythe TWAIN files that were placed there during the TWAIN 1.6 install.It will not remove any temporary files that were created during TWAINprocessing. It will also not replace any TWAIN files that might havebeen overwritten during the installation process.3 - Functional Considerations=============================Supported Platforms-------------------* This version of Imaging runs on the retail version of Windows 95.* This version will not work correctly on Windows NT.Microsoft Fax (AWD) Support---------------------------* Only Microsoft Fax documents (AWD files) created with the retail version of Windows 95 are supported.* If you run the Microsoft Fax Viewer from Explorer, it will reset your registry associations for AWD files to point to the Microsoft Fax Viewer. Imaging will no longer be called to view faxes once this happens unless you reinstall.Scanner Support---------------In addition to installing TWAIN 1.6 scanner support (see section 2above), you must also install the correct data sources for yourscanner hardware. Scanner vendors will be certifying their scannerswith Imaging on an on-going basis. Look for updates in Wang's forumon Compuserve.The following Hewlett-Packard TWAIN compatible scanners have beencertified:Data Source: DeskScan 2.2 or laterScanners: ScanJet 2p ScanJet 3c ScanJet 4c (Requires DeskScan 2.3 data source) ScanJet 2cxData Source: PictureScan 1.01 or laterScanners: ScanJet 2p ScanJet 3pThe following Fujitsu TWAIN compatible scanners have been certified:Data Source: Fujitsu TWAIN Drivers Version 2.51 or laterScanners: ScanPartner 10C ScanPartner Jr.The following Epson TWAIN compatible scanners have been certified:Data Source: Epson Scanner Utility Program for Microsoft Windows, 1.3E or laterScanners: US model names European/Asia Model names ES-300C GT-6000 ES-600C GT-6500 ES-800C GT-8000 ES-1000C GT-8500 ES-1200C GT-9000 Action Scanner II GT-5000Note: Epson uses different model names for U.S. and European/Asia butthe scanners are essentially the same. U.S. includes Canada and SouthAmerica.4 - Additional Considerations About This Release================================================General-------* When viewing READ ONLY files, Imaging opens in VIEW MODE which does not allow editing functions such as cut, paste or annotations.* If you annotate a page in an AWD or BMP file, the annotation(s) will be rendered without prompting. When exiting the file, you will have the opportunity to save the file with the rendered annotations.OLE Controls Development Environment------------------------------------If you have existing VB projects containing previous releases ofImaging Controls, you may have to perform the following:1. Remove all Imaging Controls from each form (noting the name for the controls).2. Remove all Imaging Controls from the project through the VB Custom Control menu.3. Re-insert the custom controls for the project through the VB Custom Controls menu.4. Re-draw the controls on each form that previously contained Imaging Controls using the previous name. Keeping the names identical will maintain code written for the control.Known Scanning Problems-----------------------* HP PictureScan: If the mouse cursor is moved across the progress dialog while a scan is in progress, a GPF results. This problem has been resolved in a later release of HP PictureScan software available from the following sources:HP Peripherals Forum on Compuserve: GO HPPER for driver updates, application notes and press releasesHP Customer Support (U.S. and Canada) (208) 323-2551 Outside the U.S. and Canada (208) 344-4809Internet Address 18.104.22.168 or ftp-boi.external.hp.com* HP DeskScan data source: There is a known problem related to the HP DeskScan data source which does not save settings selected in SETUP for a scan session. To work around this, adhere to the following steps: 1. Select the desired values through SETUP, except brightness, contrast, hightlight, shadow, X scale and Y scale 2. Exit the SETUP dialog using the FINAL button 3. Re-enter SETUP 4. Select the desired values for brightness, contrast, highlight, shadow, X scale and Y scale 5. Exit the SETUP dialog using the CLOSE button 6. Select SCAN from the Imaging dialog box* HP PictureScan data source: If you modify the selection rectangle available in the PictureScan data source, it will be a permanently defined rectangle with the dimensions and offset selected.* If you scan an image to a 4-bit palletized BMP file, the file output type will be a Black and White file using Modified Huffman compression.
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