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[filmscanners] Re: Vuescan and Nikon Scan for OS X



Julian

Interesting that when you install Nikon Scan for OS X, when you go into the
CMS settings and select the monitor profile it finds the PhotoCal profile
with no problem (without an extension).  Seems to be just Vuescan that can't
cope without the extension.

Simon

----- Original Message -----
From: "Julian Vrieslander" wrote:

On 6/20/02 6:05 PM, "Simon Lamb" <simon@sclamb.com> wrote:

> There was an old restriction when using Vuescan on a Mac (might have
applied
> to PC also) with Nikon scanners that certain files had to be deleted or
> extensions removed or Vuescan would not recognise the scanner.  Is this
> still the case when using Vuescan for OS X and Nikon Scan for OS X?

I don't know the situation on PC.  But on Mac OS 9 and earlier, there is an
issue.  The Nikon Scan software installs a group of files into the
Extensions folder.  These files conflict with VueScan.  To run VueScan you
need to turn off all extensions whose file names begin with "Nikon..." (by
moving them out of the Extensions folder) and then restarting the Mac.  To
run Nikon Scan, you need to move the extensions back, and restart.  A pain
in the ass if you use both programs.

The issue does not exist in OS X.  I have run VueScan and Nikon Scan in X,
without rebooting.  But I have not tried running them at the same time.

--
Julian Vrieslander <julianv@mindspring.com>

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