Hi !

I have a trial version of FineReader 12 pro but still cannot work out the following issue ; I need to OCR texts containing pinyin diacritics ( o ā ɑ̄ ē ī ō ū ǖ / Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū Ǖ /á ɑ́ é í ó ú ǘ / Á É Í Ó Ú Ǘ / ǎ ɑ̌ ě ǐ ǒ ǔ ǚ / Ǎ Ě Ǐ Ǒ Ǔ Ǚ / à ɑ̀ è ì ò ù ǜ / À È Ì Ò Ù Ǜ / a ɑ e i o u ü / A E I O U o ā ɑ̄ ē ī ō ū ǖ / á ɑ́ é í ó ú ǘ /ǎ ɑ̌ ě ǐ ǒ ǔ ǚ / à ɑ̀ è ì ò ù ǜ / a ɑ e i o u ü) which the software either does not recognize or even mix up.

In previous versions of the software I tried using languages that actually have such diacritics (such as Czech), training, creating user languages and adding them to their dictionaries etc, finding no success at all.

I would really appreciate some advice on how to solve this problem, if possible, as soon as possible so that I can decide whether to acquire it or not.

Hope to hear news soon. Thanx in advance!

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asked 16 Jun '14, 17:04

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closed 22 Jun '15, 11:28

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(22 Jun '15, 11:41) Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Oksana Serdyuk 22 Jun '15, 11:28

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