The scanning application and libkscan library which were formerly included in kdegraphics – KDE/kooka. Kooka has been the scan application of choice for the KDE project and is an official part of the KDE Graphics Package. However, Kooka has been dropped from. Start Kooka from the main menu or enter the command kooka. When started, Kooka opens a three-frame window with a menu bar to the upper left and a toolbar.
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Kooka is a popular free software program to scan images and documents. It is normally included with the Scxn environment on Linux distributions. It can also be used for OCR optical character recognition. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time.
This article has also been viewed 5, times. If you can’t see this option, try Settings then Select Scan Device. The image will appear to the screen.
Consider to select only a part of the image to ho scanned. For this purpose, press the Create for selection-icon in the toolbar and select an area to be scanned.
Scan an image to PDF
If you really need only a fraction of the image, then this will speed the scanning. Note that the dimensions of the selection appear in the selection field together with the image size with current DPI selection.
Adjust the Resolution in DPI dots per inch.
A scam DPI means more detail but it will be slower to scan and result in a larger file. The image will appear in the image list on the left. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other.
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