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depends on your definition of compliant. typically ‘twain compliant’ just means they have a driver that supports some twain calls. If they’re really on the ball they’ll say which version of the spec that they supoprt. It’s a bit tricky to say a driver isn’t compliant if you don’t get a version number. There was a post a little while back where one of the vendors had put up a website for people to run a tool to check their devices. It resulted in a percentage. Seemed like a good idea, but I don’t think they took into account the version of the spec the vendor was aiming for.
dosadi has a tool that will report what a device supports what it doesn’t and it trys to point out where and how a device isn’t compliant, but I don’t think their tool takes into account the version of the spec either (of course make both tools now offer this, I havent checked in a while.)
In the end you’re left with a bit of a mess, but thats the fun part. If twain were easy then… oh right nevermind…