Hey guys.

When i download .txt file, ocr is almost perfect.

When i download pdfSearchable, in a lot of cases, i get weird spacing between letters. Can this be somehow fixed?

Please note that when i use pdfTextAndImages, text is perfect(no photos, background ..etc)

Thanks !

asked 14 Jun '13, 14:52

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We would like to inform that the special option "Tagged PDF" has been already implemented in Cloud OCR SDK. The processImage and processImage methods have new bool parameter "pdf:writeTags".

By default this parameter is set to autodetect value (auto). The possible values are:

• write

• dontWrite

We hope it will be useful.

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answered 25 Jul '13, 11:40

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edited 29 Jul '13, 12:44

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Hi Stephen.

It's a known issue, it was already described here.

In FineReader Engine it is solved with a special option "Tagged PDF". This option is not yet implemented in Cloud OCR SDK. Probably it will be implemented soon - I'm consulting with the developers now and will inform you as soon as I have additional information.

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answered 14 Jun '13, 21:33

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I`m also interested in this implementation. Thank you, Anastasia.

(21 Jun '13, 18:15) Vitalie

Unfortunately I steel have same problem even using write/dontWrite parameter. Can you please see this post?

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answered 14 Aug '13, 11:29

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