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General Discussion Area / Re: OCR software that actually works?
« on: 24 October 2019, 13:33:43 »
i got my son to do the tedious bit of inserting and aligning the text in the Photoshop boxes - and it worked! They don't provide an email address/option, DG, so it had to be this way.

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: OCR software that actually works?
« on: 24 October 2019, 08:56:02 »
I'm not sure that I need an OCR, but I do need something that preserves the formatting - the boxes for my text - and enables me to input my answers.
My best effort so far has been to scan the form (not PDF, just text in a table) into Photoshop, but entering text in the boxes is awkward and tedious; positioning is imprecise.
The OCR packages I've used ignore the table lines and just give me a solid block of text without punctuation.
I'm tearing out what little hair I have left! ::)

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / OCR software that actually works?
« on: 23 October 2019, 23:44:11 »
I've tried several, but none seems to be able to handle forms that have areas to fill in and/or edit. My son has a claim form to complete and wants to make it look neat rather than just write in the boxes. Is there a programme, preferably free (think of my pension!) which will do the job effectively?

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: 21 lighter.
« on: 23 October 2019, 17:49:06 »
Only at weekends, along with the dress and high heels!  :-*

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / OCR software that actually works?
« on: 23 October 2019, 11:28:36 »
I've tried several, but none seems to be able to handle forms that have areas to fill in and/or edit. My son has a claim form to complete and wants to make it look neat rather than just write in the boxes. Is there a programme, preferably free (think of my pension!) which will do the job effectively?

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Bugger, seems i have A/F again
« on: 20 October 2019, 23:58:23 »
Are you on Eliquis? Me too! Good luck Ronny.

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Creationist.
« on: 20 October 2019, 19:09:02 »
I was that man..... :-X

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Creationist.
« on: 20 October 2019, 18:47:41 »
O and the world is flat.

Aluminum tin foil hats seem to be gaining popularity.


https://youtu.be/erA3WQE9Zes

These chaps won't be fooled the Earth is round. :)

How can you take seriously a bloke who has his face on upside-down?  :P

Ron.

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Omega General Help / Re: Mystery problem dead Omega.
« on: 17 October 2019, 06:33:46 »
If you have a multimeter, there's an excellent "how-to" in the maintenance guides for checking he altenator. Follow it and report back.
I agree with Raeturbo; it certainly sounds like an alyernator fault.

Ron.

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It's ok if you didn't buy them in brown - we all get scared sometimes!  :-[ :-X

Ron.

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I want to get back on them again, but today's traffic is a lot less friendly. The first time I rode my m/c combination, nobody told me what would happen to the sidecar when I turned left - that was a fresh underwear moment!  :o :o

Ron.

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Yes Nick; I think I would need to refer to the handbook to check where the foglight switcher were. The best vehicle ever for driving in fog was my Panther motorbike with sidecar - I could see over the top of the handlebar fairing clearly....

Ron.

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I don't have your wide experience, Nick, so I can only speak for the one I fitted on my old Carlton, which performed perfectly with no leaks. I do agree about the price though - about 100 as I remember, some 30 years ago.  Mind you, the fan seemed powerful enough to propel the car along all by itself!

Ron.

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Unless you have the "magic eyes" of BMW drivers, which enable them to plough on regardless of weather or visibility issues!  ;D

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Electrickery musings...
« on: 15 October 2019, 10:29:10 »
Tell her it's on offer in a sale - no woman can resist a sale item, whether she needs it or not!  ;)

Ron.

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