A simple scan-to-PDF application for Windows only, supporting TWAIN and WIA for image acquisition.
Project status: unmaintained (see below)
This is a fork of Not Another PDF Scanner, unimaginatively named Snapsy as a cute almost-anagram of NAPS.
I wanted a simple straightforward scan-to-PDF app, and NAPS was very close to what I was after, but it had a few bugs and wasn't quite as streamlined as I thought it could be.
Bug fixes & improvements
- Don't crash on out-of-range brightness & contrast in scanning profile
- Don't show a null reference error message when cancelling scan or when user cancels out of selecting device via WIA
- Made scan preview window non-modal
- Double thumbnail size
- Add 1:1 zoom button in preview
- Set PDF author, creator, and title correctly
- Support for gif and png formats
- Minor other fixes to profile configuration dialog
- Show scanned PDF file in system pdf viewer after scanning
- Default to 90% compression when saving jpegs
- Add quick scan button which will use last scan profile without prompting
I'm no longer working on this project. Suggestions:
- You're better off forking (or checking existing forks) than submitting a pull request to fix a bug; I don't have time to test and review fixes. I'm happy to link to your fork from here if you like.
- You may also like to investigate NAPS2, which seems to be the original author's 2nd attempt.
(I ended up abandoning this project because I changed my document-management workflow to scan and save images with nicely sortable file names for multi-page documents such as
xyz - page 1,
xyz - page 2 instead.)