Harry Vaught, KT4AE
kt4ae at bellsouth.net
Mon Jul 3 11:35:57 EDT 2006
Try www.photofiltre.com . The product, Photofiltre, is free to the home
user without the usual limitations. It's almost as good as Photoshop
and somewhat easier to use.
My son has experience in this area and when I asked him a similar
question about cleaning up an HT-44 schematic, he suggested fooling
around with the contrast and brightness to get rid of the smudges.
Getting rid of the crease lines requires more eye-hand coordination than
Rick Brashear wrote:
> Good morning and Happy Fourth to all...
> I have a Sarnoff copy of a BTA-1R2 manual that is an excellent
> reproduction. However, a copy is only as good as it's master and the
> master obviously had a few issues with the schematic. My question is,
> does anyone know of the best software to use to correct the small
> smudges, hand written notes and crease lines? I'd like to have a real
> clean copy to take to Kinko's and get a large blow up made that I can
> mount on a cork board near the 1R2 while I'm working on it. My eyes are
> not what they once were and even with glasses I still find myself
> reaching for the magnifying glass or looking through the round
> magnifying work light to see the fine print. Gettin' old ain't fun, but
> it beats the alternative! I thought about white out, but it's too
> destructive and my hand is not that steady anymore. Besides, I need a
> way to reconstruct the areas that have been over written or smudged.
> Any advice?
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