>That would have been awesome to know sooner. :)
>Anyway, Zbig, looks like you're slightly out of luck.  If your GIMP
>can't access your scanner then you'll just have to use the scanner by
>itself (try pressing the Scan button on the scanner unit and see what
>software your system calls to handle the scanner event).  Once you've
>scanned your image to a file then you can open that file in GIMP like
>any other.
>-- Stratadrake
>Numbers may not lie, but neither do they tell the whole truth.

Thank you Stratadrake,
this basic kind of scanning works. But I would like to scan under GIMP what is
quicker and I always used it under Windows GIMP.

Zbig (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
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