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Project Summary

LectorA graphical ocr solution for GNU/Linux based on Python, Qt4 and Tesseract OCR.

Author: Davide Setti

IntroductionLector lets you select areas on which you want to do OCR. Then you can run tesseract-ocr on them by a simple click on a button. The read text can be modified directly in Lector.

Finally the work can be saved in RTF.

It's not possible to use a scanner directly yet; you have to use Kooka or something similar, save an image (png, tiff, ...) and then load that.

UsingRequirementsFirst check the requirements.

Stable (recommended)Download the latest stable version of Lector from here.

Latest release is 0.2.1.1 (October 24, 2008).

DevelopmentYou can also use SVN version.

ScreenshotHere you can find screenshots too.

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gui ocr pyqt4 python qt qt4 tesseract

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