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Archive for the ‘Tesseract’ Category

Tesseract (software): amazing command-line OCR tool

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/05/13

A twitter post blasted me away by showing the results of Tesseract (software) – Wikipedia doing perfect OCR on an image from a twitter post:

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Posted in C++, Color (software development), Development, OCR, Power User, Software Development, Tesseract | Leave a Comment »

RaiMan’s SikuliX: Automate what you see on a computer monitor

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/05

On my research list:

Automate what you see on a computer monitor

Source: [WayBackRaiMan’s SikuliX

Repositories:

It is an evolution of [WayBackSikuli Script – Home that has an other fork that can be automated with PowerPoint slides:

I should play with it: [WayBackSikuliX – QUICKSTART

Via: [WayBack] Any recommendations of automation tools for GUI testing.We tried AutoIT but it had some problems and way too technical… – Tommi Prami – Google+

–jeroen

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Posted in Agile, Development, OCR, Power User, Software Development, Tesseract, Testing | Leave a Comment »

 
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