Legend SCSI & RAID Devices Driver

LEGEND statements can be located anywhere in your SAS program. They are global and remain in effect until canceled or until you end your SAS session. LEGEND statements are not applied automatically, and must be explicitly assigned by an option in the procedure that uses them. You can define up to 99 different LEGEND statements. SCSI provides a deep, industrial carpet cleaning service that will revive the visual image of your carpet and enhance the overall cleanliness of your facility. Equipment Sales Working with the largest equipment manufactures in the US; we are consistently testing and providing our customers with the latest and greatest equipment to fit their needs.

Sane-Supported Scanners

This appendix provides a list of scanners supported by Sane 1.0.1.

Legend

You need to enable this backend in Sanes dll.conf (in the sane config directory). Otherwise, Sane will not enable your scanner.

There are four types of status:

· Stable: This is proven and works well if it's supported.

· Beta: Usually works just fine but it can sometimes hit a bug.

· Alpha: This may work but it needs more development and debugging.

· New: This package is so new that it doesn't have a qualified status.

The comments column often indicates how well the backend works. (It can be wise to run find-scanner to find out more about the notes.)

Manufacturer

Model

Backend

Status

Comment

Abaton

Scan 300/GS

abaton

alpha

All known modes and functions supported


Scan 300/S

abaton

alpha

Untested, use with caution

AGFA

Focus GS

agfafocus

alpha

6 bit gray


Focus Lineart

agfafocus

alpha

Lineart only? Untested


Focus II

agfafocus

alpha

Gray only


Focus Color

agfafocus

alpha



Focus Color Plus

agfafocus

alpha

3-pass


Arcus II

microtek

beta

Arcus *II*, not Arcus!


StudioScan II

microtek

beta

Not quite functional yet


StudioScan IIsi

microtek

beta

Not quite functional yet


SnapScan 300

SnapScan

alpha

Only 8 bits/sample


SnapScan 310

SnapScan

alpha

Only 8 bits/sample


SnapScan 600

SnapScan

alpha

Only 8 bits/sample


SnapScan 1236s

SnapScan

alpha

Only 8 bits/sample

Apple

Apple Scanner

apple

alpha

4 bit, 16 shades of gray


OneScanner

apple

alpha

8 bit, 256 shades of gray; backend needs more work


ColorOneScanner

apple

alpha

Only non-color modes

Artec/Ultima

AT3

artec

alpha

Works (developer's own model)


A6000C

artec

alpha

Very alpha


A6000C PLUS

artec

alpha

Testing in progress


AT6

artec

alpha

Testing in progress


AT12

artec

alpha

Testing in progress

BlackWidow

BW4800SP

artec

alpha

Rebadged Artec AT3

Canon

CanoScan 300

canon

alpha

1 pass; flatbed scanner


CanoScan 600

canon

alpha

1 pass; flatbed scanner


CanoScan 2700F

canon

alpha

1 pass; film scanner

Escom

Image Scanner 256

umax

stable

SCSI-ID=UMAX UG 80

Epson

GT-5500

epson

?

OK


GT-7000

epson

?

OK

HP

HP ScanJet Plus

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet IIc

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet IIp

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet IIcx

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 3c

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 4c

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 6100C

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 3p

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 4p

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 5p

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 6200C

hp

alpha



HP ScanJet 6250C

hp

alpha



HP PhotoSmart PhotoScanner

hp

alpha


Kodak

DC20

dc25

alpha

DC-20 is untested!


DC25

dc25

alpha



DC210

dc210

alpha


Linotype Hell

Jade

umax

stable

SCSI-ID=LinoHell Office


Jade2

umax

stable

SCSI-ID=LinoHell Office2


Saphir

umax

stable

Not tested


Saphir2

umax

stable

SCSI-ID=LinoHell SAPHIR2


Saphir Ultra

umax

stable

Not tested


Saphir Ultra II

umax

stable

Not tested


Saphir HiRes

umax

stable

Not tested


Opal

umax

stable

Not tested


Opal Ultra

umax

stable

Not tested

Microtek

ScanMaker E6

microtek

beta



ScanMaker E3

microtek

beta



ScanMaker E2

microtek

beta

3-pass


ScanMaker 35t+

microtek

beta

Slide-scanner


ScanMaker III

microtek

beta



ScanMaker IISP

microtek

beta



ScanMaker IIHR

microtek

beta

3-pass


ScanMaker IIG

microtek

beta

Gray only


ScanMaker II

microtek

beta

3-pass


ScanMaker 600Z(S)

microtek

beta

Untested


ScanMaker 600G(S)

microtek

beta

Gray only


ScanMaker V300

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker V310

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker V600

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker E3plus

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker X6

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker X6EL

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker 330

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker 630

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker 636

microtek2

alpha



ScanMaker 9600XL

microtek2

alpha

Only flatbed mode (?)


Phantom 636

microtek2

alpha


Mustek

MFC-600S

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w >= 1.01; scsi id MFC-06000CZ)


MFC-600CD

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w >= 2.03; scsi id MFC-06000CZ)


MFS-6000CX

mustek

beta

3 pass; (f/w >= 2.71; scsi id MSF-06000CX


MSF-6000SP

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w >= 3.12; scsi id MSF-06000SP)


MFS-8000SP

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w >= 2.05; scsi id MSF-08000SP) lineart drops lines?


MFC-800S

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w 1.06; scsi id MFC-08000CZ) color fails?


MFS-1200SP

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w 1.00; scsi id MSF-12000SP)


MFS-1200SP

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w 1.07; scsi id MFS-12000SP)


MFS-1200SP

mustek

beta

1 pass; (f/w 1.02; scsi id MFS-12000SP) color fails?


MFS-12000CX

mustek

beta

3 pass; (f/w 2.71; scsi id MFS-12000CX)


SE-6000SP


beta

1 pass; (f/w ? ; scsi id C03 S10IDW)


SE-12000SP


beta

1 pass; (f/w 1.01; scsi id C06 S12IDW)

Nikon

LS-20

coolscan

beta

LS-30 is not supported


LS-1000

coolscan

beta

Doesn't support gamma correction


AX-210

umax

stable


Polaroid

DMC

dmc

stable


Plustek

Plustek 4830

plustek

beta


Qtronix

Sagitta Gray

sagitta

alpha

No monocrome-mode at the moment

SHARP

JX-610

sharp

new

Preview/Color Lineart/Lineart/Threshold does not work


JX-250

sharp

new

Color Lineart does not give useful output


JX-330

sharp

new

Not tested

Siemens

S9036

agfafocus

alpha

Gray only


ST400

st400

alpha

6 bit gray

Tamarack

Artiscan 6000C

tamarack

beta

3 pass, 300 DPI; please report success to [email protected]


Artiscan 8000C

tamarack

beta

3 pass, 400 DPI; please report success to [email protected]


Artiscan 12000C

tamarack

beta

3 pass, 600 DPI

UMAX

Vista S6

umax

stable



Vista S6E

umax

stable



UMAX S-6E

umax

stable



UMAX S-6EG

umax

stable



Vista-S8

umax

stable

Not tested


Supervista S-1

umax

stable



UMAX S-12

umax

stable



UMAX S-12G

umax

stable



Astra 600S

umax

stable



Astra 610S

umax

stable



Astra 1200S

umax

stable



Astra 1220S

umax

stable



UC 630

umax

stable

Version 1.6 OK, others only lineart OK


UG 630

umax

stable



UG 80

umax

stable



UC 840

umax

stable

Version 1.6 OK, others only lineart OK


UC 1260

umax

stable

Version 1.6 OK, others unknown


Mirage

umax

stable

Not tested


Mirage II

umax

stable

Not tested


Mirage IIse

umax

stable

Not tested


Vista-T630

umax

stable

OK for some firmware versions; on others only lineart


PSD

umax

stable



PowerLook

umax

stable

Not tested


PL-III

umax

stable

Only works with some scanners (unknown why)


PowerLook III

umax

stable

Not tested


PowerLook 2000

umax

stable

Not tested


PowerLook 3000

umax

stable

Not tested


Gemini D-16

umax

stable


Vobis

HighScan

microtek2

alpha

Only E3plus-based models

Vobis/Highscree

Scanboostar Premium

umax

stable

OK, SCSI-ID=LinoHell Office2

Vuego

310S

SnapScan

alpha

Close SnapScan 310-compatible




Frozenriver Digital Design
http://www.frozenriver.nu
Voice: +46 (0)31 474356
Fax: +46 (0)31 493833
[email protected]
Publisher Coriolis
http://www.coriolis.com
-->

The chart legend contains descriptions for each category in a chart. A legend always contains one or more legend items, where each legend item consists of a colored box that represents the series, and a text string that describes the series, as indicated in the following illustration.

A legend item is connected to an individual series on the chart, except for Shape charts, where the legend is connected to individual data points. The chart automatically adds items into the legend based on the series that are generated from your data.

Legend Scsi Interface

You can format a legend by using the Legend Properties dialog box or by using the Properties pane. Right-click the legend and click Legend Properties to change values for the legend text, background color, borders, and 3D effects. To change values for the legend title, select the legend, right-click the legend title, and click Legend Title Properties.

You cannot add images, extra columns or other supplementary items to the legend.

Note

You can create and modify paginated report definition (.rdl) files in Report Builder and in Report Designer in SQL Server Data Tools. Each authoring environment provides different ways to create, open, and save reports and related items.

Ordering Legend Items in the Legend

Series are ordered in the legend according to the order that they are processed by the Reporting Services processing engine. You can change the order by changing the order of fields in the data fields drop-zone. If you are using series grouping, the series data is not known until processing, so that there is no way for you to re-order these items. The changes can be seen in Preview. For more information about series grouping, see Charts (Report Builder and SSRS).

You can hide any series from being shown in the legend. If you are using series grouping, all series related to the data field will be hidden. For more information, see Hide Legend Items on the Chart (Report Builder and SSRS).

Changing the Text or Color of a Legend Item in the Legend

When a field is placed in the data field drop-zone of a chart, a legend item is automatically generated that contains the name of this field. By default, the text of each legend item is taken from the name of the data field. Every legend item is connected to an individual series on the chart with the exception of Shape charts, where the legend is connected to individual data points instead of individual series. When a category group is defined on a Shape chart, the text of each legend item is taken from the string representation of the category group. You can specify custom label text for pie, doughnut and funnel charts to show information other than the category group label that relates to each individual data point in the legend. To do this, select the legend and specify legend text in either the Series Properties dialog box or the LegendText property in the Properties pane. For more information, see Change the Text of a Legend Item (Report Builder and SSRS).

You can also specify chart-specific, case-sensitive keywords for commonly referenced attributes in the LegendText property or in the Series Properties dialog box. The chart control replaces these keywords at run time with their data representation. This approach is useful on Shape charts because you are able to show information relating to specific data points. For more information, see Formatting Data Points on a Chart (Report Builder and SSRS).

The colored box displayed for each legend item is inherited from the fill color of its corresponding series. If you want to change the color displayed in a legend item, you will have to change the color of the corresponding series. For more information, see Formatting Series Colors on a Chart (Report Builder and SSRS).

Legend Scsi & Raid Devices Driver Download

Removing Extra Legend Items from the Legend

Legend SCSI & RAID Devices Driver

The legend is always connected to a series. If a legend item appears in the legend but the corresponding series is not displayed in the chart, the most likely cause is that the series does not contain any values. You must remove this series in order to remove the legend item from the legend. To remove a series from your chart, you can right-click the specified series and select the Delete Series option.

Repositioning the Legend

The chart area is the rectangular area that encompasses the axis labels and the plotting area. You can drag the legend to one of twelve different positions when the legend is placed outside the chart area. By default, the legend is shown outside the chart area. You can also set the position in the Legend Properties dialog box.

You cannot drag the legend inside or outside the chart area. If you want to position the legend inside the chart area, on the Legend Properties dialog box, under Docking, select Default from the drop-down list and clear the Show legend outside chart area option. By placing the legend inside the chart area, you can maximize space for data points on the chart. However, depending on the dataset, it can cause the legend to overlap some data points on the chart area, making the chart more difficult to read.

Displaying Legend Items Horizontally

By default, the legend is formatted as a list of one or more rows containing one legend item each. The legend area expands to accommodate the number of legend items. If the legend cannot expand, an ellipsis (...) is displayed. Depending on the specified legend style, the legend can expand vertically or horizontally. You can change the layout style on the Legend Properties dialog box or change the allocated space to display all the legend items.

To display the legend horizontally, dock the legend to the top or bottom of the chart. This causes the legend to expand horizontally. You can also set the Layout property to Row or Wide Table. Set the MaxAutoSize property in the Properties pane to control the vertical space allocated to the legend when it is docked at the top or bottom of the chart area.

Formatting the Legend Text

You can change the font, size, style, and color of legend text on the Font page of the Legend Properties dialog box.

By default, the legend text is not optimized to fit the legend area. To cause the legend text to automatically fit the allocated space, set the AutoFitTextDisabled property to False and set a minimum font size for the MinFontSize property to the lowest font size that you think will be presentable and still allow for legend optimization.

See Also

Legend Scsi & Raid Devices Driver Win 7

Legend Properties Dialog Box, General (Report Builder and SSRS)
Change the Text of a Legend Item (Report Builder and SSRS)
Formatting a Chart (Report Builder and SSRS)
Formatting Series Colors on a Chart (Report Builder and SSRS)
Charts (Report Builder and SSRS)
Hide Legend Items on the Chart (Report Builder and SSRS)
Define Colors on a Chart Using a Palette (Report Builder and SSRS)