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Some combination of Vuescan Pro and Color Perfect would work. See if one of them will produce a fix for the blues.

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Your scanner needs to be calibrated. That’s required before scanning any kind of image, be it a photograph, a newspaper clipping, or a printed document. The scanner needs to have its white point readjusted.
The scanner may be calibrated with a software application (PC or Mac), but usually that’s more trouble than it’s worth. The cost of the software is usually less than the cost of a new scanner.
Don’t expect to calibrate the scanner for free. The paper used for printing will be a white or gray or white paper, and for best results, there should be no other white or gray color in the room. Black-and-white scans can be used in a pinch, but that’s usually best done with a good-quality black-and-white scan on a dark background.

This invention relates generally to phase lock loop systems and specifically to fractional-N PLL circuits.
Many phase lock loop (PLL) circuits, such as those used in receiving the reference clock for a microprocessor, require a fractional-N PLL with relatively low steady-state phase and frequency jitter. A typical PLL may be a type I or type II with a charge pump that is voltage controlled or current controlled. In a type I circuit, the fractional-N approach does not allow easy removal of the PLL from the feedback loop because of the lack of a differential signal. In a type II circuit, the loop bandwidth is normally much higher than the Nyquist rate of the PLL, which causes high DC power. To avoid high DC power, type II circuits are normally designed to operate with a loop bandwidth of at least two times the Nyquist frequency. However, such PLLs are prone to spurious signals (spurs) that appear at higher frequencies with respect to the reference frequency.
One solution to the spur problem has been to use a phase detector with a bandwidth one order of magnitude lower than that of the PLL. While the bandwidth of the phase detector is low, the bandwidth of the phase-frequency detector is high to detect the fractional-N topology. The phase-frequency detector is located in a phase error section, which may be referred to as a phase detector. The phase detector generates an output signal in accordance with the phase of the output signal of the VCO. This

 

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Oct 19, 2016
I’m not sure if the filter turns out on Epson versions of the.. I did find an installer for the Epson Black & White ColorPerfect plug-in,.
Sep 11, 2018
Here’s a short tutorial on how to get the XA-3000 Scanner ready for VueScan.
Oct 16, 2019
I just spent a week or two trying to get color perfect working with the Epson. .
May 1, 2020
Now I’m going to review the Fujifilm X-T20 using Vuescan and the ColorPerfect plug-in.
Sep 4, 2019
I’ve been trying to get the Vuescan plug-in working for ColorPerfect. .
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How can I have each div have a different amount of display:none/hidden in jquery?

I have a page which loads 5 images, each with a link to a page. Each of these pages have different amounts of information, so I want to show the same amount of text for each page, but hide more or less of it depending on the page.
I could just make a link for each page that has display:none/hidden in the jquery, but I’m looking for a different way to do it. I’m sure it’s very easy, but I’m relatively new to jquery.

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I suggest you not to create a lot of links to show/hide stuff. What is the problem with having a central JS script which hides/shows stuff on demand? This way you won’t have to have JS on every page just to show/hide stuff. In order to do that you’d have to use this CSS (you can use display: none in CSS too, this is the main advantage):
#hide_div {
display: none;
}
#show_div {
display: block;
}

And to switch on the hide/show you’d have to write the script like this:
function showHideDiv(id) {
if (document.getElementById(id).style.display == ‘none’) {
document.getElementById(id).style.display = ‘block’;
} else {
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