[sdiy] Kawai SX240 service manual online
Peter.Ullrich at kapsch.net
Fri Nov 5 10:49:41 CET 2010
Thank you very much for your scanning effort!
The quality is OK, sometimes reading the pin numbers is a little bit difficult - but there
Has to be a compromise between size and quality...
I normally use an old Paint Shop Pro 6 for the scanning and stitching task- it works fine!
You can also stitch using soft edges so that the result looks smoother.
For reduction of the filesize I normally work with GIF files and make a reduction to
16 greyscale levels before generating the PDF - this gave me a minimal size with nice quality.
If you have your original files and if you would send it to me I could test if I get slightly
Thank you very much again - my 2 dollars are already sent by Paypal!
From: synth-diy-bounces at dropmix.xs4all.nl [mailto:synth-diy-bounces at dropmix.xs4all.nl] On Behalf Of Bob Weigel
Sent: Friday, November 05, 2010 10:23 AM
Subject: [sdiy] Kawai SX240 service manual online
Hi all, I finally got everything working right again and scanned in
this thing at last that's been setting here for a couple years I think.
4.5M roughly and just go to the site as always and follow the logical
links to the global synth page, then production synths then kawai then
sx240 (I figure if I train people how to work that aspect of it they'll
find the resources more easily. lol. ) I ask anyone who feels like
helping defray the cost (ie. not people who can't make their rent etc.)
to chip in a coupe dollars since this one was a lot of work with 45
pages many of which had to be stitched together. What is UP with that
corel photo paint? I finally went to it from ixla I used for years when
I upgraded to xp since ixla wouldn't work. For some bizarre
reason..when you try to drag an object it intermittently works. Most of
the time lets you drag but it goes nowhere. Other times it drags but
just shows you the edge instead of the object being dragged which makes
it difficult to visualize where you are putting things. RARELY it
actually drags the object. I couldn't see any rhyme or reason to it.
It just seemed to be doing whatever it felt like. It didn't matter
where I drug it near as i could tell. lol. what a pain. I finally
figure out that I could fine adjust using the position values in the
movement box at the right. I've never really used a decent paint
program much. I've gotten by on minimalist stuff for all these years.
Finally learning a few things. lol.
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