OCR Output (chars: 37)
@vrsmd That's not FOSS, I already have great pay solutions.
OCR Output (chars: 121)
(Couldn't find a language with the name 'sorry', falling back to default.)
@vrsmd No that's not what I'm looking for, but thanks anyway.
@vrsmd Most of the linux tools I've looked at use the tesseract engine, but so far none I've found stack up to the good pay ones I've found in terms of font-matching and reproducing the original layout.
@vrsmd Here's an example of a gImageReader (a Tesseract-based linux one) and OnlineOcr.net a pay service. gImage reader's result has not been able to get the layout sized and positioned correctly and the text is not continuous and selectable. It's not able to match the serif and san-serif sections or any of the bold/italics in the content like the pay one has.
Thanks for the example, I understand better now and I hope it helps you get an answer that will help you!
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