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I would like this to activate the scan process from within Adobe Acrobat’s
environment and have the output be sent to the Adobe application.
here is the rub, for this to work you’re talking about a ds (a twain driver) that shows up in Acrobat (or tell me if I’m wrong), then that ds would in turn talk to the device their the regualr native ds and that is among the trickiest or tricks to pull off. If you were just looking for a custom app to talk to one (1) known peice of hardware and to manipulate a known/defined set of capabilities you wouldn’t have a hard time but for it to show up in Acrobat,.. well I hope you find a solution and I truely wish you the best of luck.
Unless|Or if you find some api for activating acrobat’s process from a thirdparty tool. If you find an method for sending the info to adobe (that doesn’t involve twain) I’ll take a look at customizing our of my solution for your hardware. And I’ll even do it as a side project just for fun.
But if the project entails having adobe open a twain source that in turn opens your hardware’s twain source… no – that’s not me.