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Twain Question

S_Warrior
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Hi all,

Is any one have experience with Twain?
what is the best libery for Twain?
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thanks mnasman,

have you used "Delphi Twain"?
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I have used the delphitwain form sourceforge and it is very difficult to use, if not impossible, with ADF (automatic document feed) scanners. I mean it works, but it is very difficult to manipulate individual scans of multiple pages.

I have used and use MultiTWAIN from

http://www.torry.net/quicksearchd.php?String=multitwain&Title=Yes

I have no probs compiling on D5 and D7. It is originally from  EZ-Twain whihc has been out for many years.

I use it in:

http://www.jcitssystems.com/ScanAsPDF.html

It is fairly easy and modifiable and free.

Good luck and hope I helped.

JJ
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I used ImangeEn from hicomponents.com, they have great components, and Twain is just small thing of thier package

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Woops. Bad URL...

Should have been

http://www.jcitssystems.com/ScanAsPDF.htm
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