Comment 2 for bug 1818371

William T. Lowther (624wtl) wrote :

Ubuntu 18.04.2
Canon Pixma TS6220
These issues are similar to an earlier bug (#1818186) that I reported regarding the operation of Xsane.

1) The output always contains the images of what ever is on the platen on a "full size" white background; i.e., unlike scangearmp2, if there is a 4” x 6” photo on the platen, the output is a letter size white background with the 4” x 6” image scaled down.
2) Only images at resolutions of 75 ppi are acceptable. When cropped in Gimp, and size adjusted to 4” x 6”, this works out to 300 ppi. The scanned image of photos at all resolutions greater than 75 ppi are very dark/saturated – beyond my ability to correct.
3) The adjustments for Brightness and Contrast have little, if any, affect on the output for scans at resolutions
> 75 ppi.

If I can be of any assistance in “testing”, please let me know.
Kind regards,