Hello, I use ABBYY OCR SDK with profile: "textExtraction", language: "english" and output format: "pdfSearchable". After I submit invoice (see attached screenshot) I have the abnormal skew... The original document is very straight, so I was very-very surprized!

The quality of original document is higher than attached screenshot. If you want I can email original invoice to you by mail. I have two invoice with this bug - it prevents me from data extraction... Please help me.

Thank you very much, Vitalie

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asked 10 Mar '13, 20:00

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edited 10 Mar '13, 20:09

Is this your original image or one from PDF output?

(11 Mar '13, 17:07) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Hi, Andrey, this is a PDF output - the original image is very straight, I can email to you it. Update: I sent email containing invoices for your attention to cloudocrsdk@abbyy.com

(11 Mar '13, 17:09) Vitalie

Thank you for the images! The issue should be fixed in the future. As a workaround in current version we recommend to specify the image source (scanner).

You can use the following request URL:



answered 12 Mar '13, 15:41

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Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

edited 13 Mar '13, 16:53

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Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Thank you very much, Anastasia! I will try the "scanner" parameter.

(12 Mar '13, 15:42) Vitalie

You are always welcome! I'm pleasured to announce that the abnormal skew of these images will not occur with the default settings also after technologies upgrade (in about two months).

(13 Mar '13, 15:50) Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

Very good news! Many Thanks!

(18 Mar '13, 17:50) Vitalie
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