Thank you for your mention of Google OCR gadget, I didn't know it; I'll
test it for sure, even inf I'm far from happy to became dependent from
Google services.


Il giorno ven 12 lug 2019 alle ore 09:26 David Starner <>
ha scritto:

> On Thu, Jul 11, 2019 at 11:22 PM Alex Brollo <>
> wrote:
> >
> > I don't understand fully your statement "Right now, I'm going to convert
> them to DjVu and upload them, without any text information.". Don't you
> feel any need  of an excellent OCR layer when proofreading it into
> wikisource?
> I reuploaded the first issue of Weird Tales in DjVu because the PDF
> was significantly fuzzier than the DjVu, and looking at the PDF OCR,
> it's slightly better than what I can get from the interface. Given the
> choice between better images and better OCR, I go with the first one.
> > Do you feel fully satisfied by mediawiki OCR of images?
> I can't even get the MediaWiki OCR to work. I use the Google OCR gadget.
> > I don't know how to get xml data about mapping of words into page image.
> It's a pretty distant concern for me, somewhat tangential to producing
> transcriptions of the works.
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