Assuming you are using eng.traineddata - have you tried using it with the 
dictionary off or just using osd.traineddata ?

On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 8:56:23 AM UTC, Scott Stekel wrote:
>
> In the attached images (original and preprocessed before OCR), I have some 
> lines of text which include the following:
>
>
> <https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-bEabWrR7PoQ/WnN5U01xU6I/AAAAAAAB2-A/vhcV6AUqqDgd440kr8kP-Ko5NUM-WU2dACLcBGAs/s1600/extracted.png>
>
>    S/A  2/2
>    Map  G/1
>
> Using tesseract 3.02 (under the covers of MATLAB R2017b), when this image 
> is analyzed as a block, I get inconsistent recognition of the slashes:
>
>    SIA 2/2
>    Map GI1
>
> I find it interesting that the first slash in S/A is interpreted 
> differently from the slash in 2/2. 
>
> Any suggestions for how to get the slashes to be recognized correctly 
> everywhere?
>
> Thank you.
>
>

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