Vb6 and Kodak Imgscan

Posted on 2009-04-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-21
I have been happily using the Kodak image controls with various Kodak scanners over the last 6 years. They run happily on XP BUT our old Kodak scanner has died and the new one a Kodak i620 does not seem to support the Kodak controls. Is there an alternative without having to go to .NET
Question by:AndrewNZ
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    have found a solution that is perfect do if anyone else is having this issue get csxImage from Chestysoft in the UK  
    Very good company to deal with and went the extra mile to sort out a strange error I was having that turned out to be something totally unrelated.

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