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ABBYY FineReader Pro 4

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FineReader_Pro_4.0b3839.sit (29.03 MB)
For Mac OS 8.5 - 8.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This app works with: QEMU SheepShaver,

Easily transform paper documents, PDFs and digital photos of text into editable and searchable files with ABBYY FineReader Pro for Mac. No more manual retyping or reformatting. Instead you can edit, search, share, archive, and copy information from documents for reuse and quotation -- saving your time, effort and hassles.

FineReader Pro combines unmatched OCR quality, accurate document formatting reconstruction and unsurpassed language support with an intuitive interface.

- Saves you the time and trouble of having to retype text
- Delivers the reliability you'd expect from a world-leader in OCR software
- Provides a single effective solution for all your OCR tasks: from simple to complex

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Known bugs in this release:

The DL is a Disk Copy 6 image compressed in a StuffIt 5.5 archive.
This is a pre-release (beta) version of this software. So, it could be limited. A S/N is included for the full install.
MD5 Checksum and Filename: ef6bfd8070b06dcb428121a7e40a7ae3 *FineReader_Pro_4.0b3839.sit

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Architecture: PPC

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SNakApple's picture
by SNakApple - 2019, August 10 - 3:46pm

I have tested the serial without the word "beta" (with anything else) & yep, it doesn't work... I was not sure that version is "carbonized" or not. I didn't test it under Mac OS X. The installer itself don't imply it like many other... This should be tested with Cheetah, Puma or Jaguar. May be it could work. If not, then, a final version should, for sure...

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by MikeTomTom - 2019, August 9 - 12:49am

Well I installed it after all, on my eMac with 9.2.2 (haven't run it as yet). It was refusing to accept the serial... Until I figured it out (requires the word "beta" as the user name)... I'm so thick at times Glasses

Say, this might also run native on early Mac OS X's, such as 10.0 maybe? If you get info on the application icon you'll see it's in an application package folder, it's not a typical classic application file.

[Edit] Installed it on 10.3.9... It fails to run on that OS (earliest Mac OS X I have installed to test with). Tho' the app itself is carbon encoded...

Runs nicely under 9.2.2 on the eMac. Thanks.

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by SNakApple - 2019, August 7 - 12:58pm

YW! Don't ask me where I've found this... Smile Although there is a serial, it could be time limited. So, finding a final version would be better, but, well, this could be harder. Wink Also, it was inside a folder originally, so I've created a DC image especially for the picture. Smile

Ah & congratulations for your Mac OS X version of iTunes 2.0.4 too. Wink

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2019, August 6 - 11:13pm
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Thanks for this upload, Franky. I may not get around to trying it myself, but it's great to see it here. Wink

I do like the look of this beta's simpler UI tho'.