Re: Convenient OCR and screen resolution?
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Do you know how to tell what is the correct resolution for a screen?
How do I know which setting to use?
I don’t recall ever playing with it but that doesn’t mean that I should not?
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Yes it can if your screen can only support 720 & your running at 1020 text will be off your screen or on top of each other or your zoom to 150%!
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I just had a thought and wondered if it made any difference.
I have a program that has a pop up that the mouse, the invisible curser and the touch curser cannot read.
The only way to see what is in the pop up window is to use the OCR on the window.
Sometimes I know that the results are lying to me. They are just wrong. Spaces missing between words, numbers missing, numbers miss recognized. etc.…
Does the screen resolution play a part in the OCR results on a window?
If so what should I set them to so the OCR is accurate?
This program is currently on a laptop if that makes any difference.
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