Well there are accessibility issues with the menus on abbyy.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Yeah textcloner pro uses the iris engine.
I only need ocr for the occasional bill or other typed document.
I have knfb reader for some other stuff, and for the rest if balabolka or codex can't read it then they are probably not worth my time.
I do hope that they do get this fixed.
I have not invested in omnipage as such but still.
Even though I emailed finereader support well abbyy support about this issue with menus and delays in nvda, it appears that they never fixed it.
It took ages till I even got an update and then I asked support about my access fixes only to be told they were not completed.
You'd think they would actually, 1. give a higher priority to get those fixed and also update sooner.
In sort I really want a program that is reliable and has good support.
As for omnipage, its not even owned by nuance.
Aparently the best abbyy version is v12 but while yes I have my registration code I no longer have links that work for old abbyy 12.
On 6/09/2020 7:19 pm, Gene wrote:
Why are you disappointed? Also, unless this has changed, Text Cloner didn't use as good OCR engines. It had two major selling points, one that it is a very simple program and very easy to use, and two, that it is inexpensive. In today's environment, I'm not sure either carachteristic matters much any more and if the program is still more simple, it may not be worth giving up the added accuracy of products like Fine Reader and Omnipage. Those are questions those who use newer versions of these programs will have to discuss to get current information because things can change so much and so fast in programs.