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> With the latest release of Skanlite (0.8), all the settings are saved on exit
> and loaded the next time you start. So if you change color correction settings
> they will be the same the next time you run Skanlite (they can be reverted to
> defaults). I think the relevant options with the epkowa backend is located in
> the "Scanner Specific Options" tab: Red, Shift green to red, ...
> Skanlite 0.8 is packaged with at least Ubuntu 12.04.
Thanks for that suggestion, Kare.
I had not heard of Skanlite, but found it OK in Synapt & installed it -
only version 0.7-2ubuntu3 in my Ubuntu 11.10 though.
I will try 0.8 when I upgrade Ubuntu to 12.04, but that will not be for
several months yet (deliberate late adopter to avoid teething troubles).
Even this version successfully keeps general settings (format & quality,
save-to-location etc) which is better than iscan at the moment in this
Tone correction was not good though, for several reasons, at least on
first attempt (please correct if mistaken):
1. Corrections don't appear simultaneously in the preview display, so
you have to stab in the dark then make another preview to see the result.
2. After correction (+10% brightness & +10% contrast could be about
right) then impossible to select the scan area for a document, which
then appears as numerous fragments...
3. Correction settings not retained (in this version).