Is it possible to instruct the OCR service to look for specific special characters like fractions?

asked 23 May '12, 22:10

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edited 09 Jun '12, 11:17

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Ocr service is able to recognize some frequent special characters like fractions (½, ¾), copyright and currency signs. However, fractions are not always retained as single unicode glyph and are usually expanded to multiple regular characters like 1/2.

If yours are not recognized correctly, please send the images to support e-mail so we can take a closer look.

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answered 24 May '12, 10:29

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edited 24 May '12, 10:30

Thanks Vasily. Can you tell me what the support email address is?

(31 May '12, 22:09) Ken-D
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