[bksvol-discuss] Re: Page Stripping Update

Thank you Stephen.  I did not realize that you had already discussed V10 
on this list.  My apologies to all I chided inappropriately.

G.


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Don't worry about it, Sarah. If I'm willing to talk about possible future 
features in the K1000 publicly, you certainly can.

Stephen

At 12:27 PM 4/7/2005, you wrote:
>I won't talk about my wishes if you were told Kurzweil users should not, 
>but I am not governed by any non-disclosure agreement, since I am not a 
>beta tester and have no other affiliation with Kurzweil Educational 
>Systems. :-)  Fortunately it is a company that welcomes input from anyone 

>with the desire to give it.
>Also remember that the big improvement I mentioned, about binding shadow, 

>was posted to this list by the company and therefore ceased to be a 
secret 
>quite a while ago.  If I'm in trouble for mentioning Kurzweil 10, then 
I'm 
>sorry, but it is hard for an intelligent person who had math classes all 
>the way up to 10th grade to not see the likelihood that after version 9 
>comes version 10. LOL
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>Sarah Van Oosterwijck
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>Children,  I should not have even posted publicly that I was going to 
make 
>a feature suggestion for K.  Please do not discuss any feature that may 
or 
>may not be currently in development in any software. This is a public 
>forum and beta discussions are not public.  They are typically governed 
by 
>Non Disclosure Agreements.
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>Let's all be good.
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>Thanks,
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>Guido
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>Thank you, those suggestions would be very much appreciated.
>
>Kurzweil is already working on the number one scanning issue, which is 
>binding shadow removal.  Now if they can create a tool to get rid of 
>problem number two, header/page number problems, I'll be one thrilled 
person.
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>I talked to Stephen Baum at Closing the Gap last year, and suggested the 
>addition of more advanced search features.  I would like it to allow you 
>to turn on an option to allow for regular expression searches.  Who knows 

>if that will happen, but it sounded like searching for page breaks would 
>be possible, and that would help with some junk removal procedures.  It 
>just isn't likely that we could search for blank pages by looking for two 

>page breaks in a row, because of the way Kurzweil works by loading one 
>page at a time, but That doesn't seem that important to me anyway. :-)
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>In my dreams I would be able to make the macro for cleaning up books that 

>I am trying to make in Word for Kurzweil 10 instead. <BG>  I expect that 
>procedure to stay strictly in my dreams, though.
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>Yes,  it would be nice if K1K could convert Daisy page headers into KES 
>page headers.  Then they could be read/ignored/stripped by the user at 
will.
>I will suggest this to K.
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>Guido
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>Hi Guido,
>Thanks for the info about not being able to access Daisy tags with 
>Kurzweil. That's what I was beginning to think, but I wanted to be sure I 

>wasn't missing something. So basically what this means is that the page 
>numbers aren't even always accessible if someone is using the unconverted 

>Daisy format unless they're using an official Daisy reader. Well, the one 

>available from Bookshare that's free seems to have more bugs than an ant 
>farm, and the rest of them cost money, often a fortune. Apparently page 
>numbers are a luxury good.
>Kellie
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