I have just, this evening, finished adding manually italics to 40 pages of a scanned text in Finereader 11. I export this to Word, and it doesn’t seem to contain my changes. And … while I was fiddling with formatting on the very last page, and trying to export my work, it has silently erased […]
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I’ve been working on placing Theodoret’s commentary on Romans on the web for a while. I OCR’d it in Abbyy Finereader 11, and I finished proofing the OCR in Finereader before Easter. Today I tried exporting the text to HTML. It has rather a lot of italics in it, so imagine my fury when I […]
I’ve scanned and uploaded two books by Michael Bourdeaux here. The Faith on Trial in Russia volume in particular is important reading for the persecution of the Russian baptists in the USSR. I’ve been working on Gorbachev, Glasnost & The Gospel, one of the late Keston volumes. I scanned the pages using Finereader 8 — […]
Last night I completed the arduous task of manually correcting all the OCR’d pages of Ibn Abi Usaibia. Not that it is perfect even now — optically correcting is an error-prone business. Today I moved on to the next step — getting the text out of Abbyy Finereader 10, and into some format that can […]
Tonight I realised that I was getting close to the end of one section of Ibn Abi Usaibia, and that the next 350 pages was in sight. I thought that it might be a good idea to create a Finereader project for those pages, and run the optical character recognition on them, and do a […]
Finereader 11 looks quite a lot like Finereader 10. So far, it seems very similar. Once nice touch is that when it is reading a page, a vertical bar travels down the thumbnail. But I have already found an oddity. I imported into it the project that I am currently working on in Finereader 10 — […]