I downloaded Anagnostis from site: http://anagnostis.ideatech-s-a.qarchive.org/ and I got no warnings or errors. Before I installed it I tested it with my Anti-virus software and it seems okay.LSorenson wrote:Well I tried the download of Anagnostis. My Mcafee SiteAdvisor warned me that the site was unsafe. The program downloaded fine, but it seems that it must have a different codebase/regional language setting. Many of the dialogs were in gibberish, I switched the Windows regional language to Greek, and some of the dialogue windows were in Modern Greek, some were still Gibberish. I gave up in the end.Louis
LSorenson wrote:I own an old copy of Omni-Page Pro, and wonder if version 16 could solve the problem it has no known support for Greek. I'm trying to get the 1922 Abbott-Smith "A Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament" converted into a digital Creative-Commons non-commercial xml format so it can be served up on the web.
LSorenson wrote:Thanks for the links.
Well I downloaded Anagnostis from the given link a second time. This time the program loaded fine and had no gibberish. I was not impressed with the conversion - it was virtually worthless for Abbott-Smith's lexicon.
I spent a couple of hours training Tesseract, and I'm getting extremely good accuracy on some horrible scans.
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