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  • by larard (1407) on 2010.02.26 5:51 (#71729)

    gScan2pdf is another example of perl on the desktop. Small, robust, and does exactly what it says on the tin.

    You can scan it, rotate it, then save it as a pdf.

    Never have to revisit xsane again, which I find a joy when I just simple want to photocopy or email something.