When I tried to print it on my Canon i850 only a small part of it
would print regardless of the orientation or the size. Other
printing programs resulted in the same results. I was able to cut
a small part of the image and print it. When I tried to cut about
half the image Photoshop informed me that it was illegal and
referred me to the web page below. It seems as though the printer
and software vendors are stepping past what is legally required.
As per the legal requirement I have deleted the file that contained
The Counterfeit Detection Act of 1992, Public Law 102-550, in Section 411 of
Title 31 of the Code of Federal Regulations, permits color illustrations of U.S.
1.. the illustration is of a size less than three-fourths or more than one and
one-half, in linear dimension, of each part of the item illustrated;
2.. the illustration is one-sided; and
3.. all negatives, plates, positives, digitized storage medium, graphic files,
magnetic medium, optical storage devices, and any other thing used in the making
of the illustration that contain an image of the illustration or any part
thereof are destroyed and/or deleted or erased after their final use.
Psp 8 will not let you scan it into the program. Wont allow Uk Notes
"Trev" <trevb...@claranet.uk.invalid> wrote in message
Won't scan Canadian bills either.
"Yet Another Mike" <mike...@yahooyahoo.com> wrote in message
Robin in Bremerton
"Ray R" <d...@not.reply> wrote in message
"Robin" <robins...@oz.net> wrote in message
"Larry" <no...@none.com> wrote in message
I discovered about two years ago a pattern of five little yellow,
green or orange circles that triggers this banknote detection
algorithm and gave a brief talk to our research group about it:
I called it the EURion constellation, because it looks a bit
like Orion (with the belt stars merged) and I first spotted it on
the front side of the 10 euro note, where it is most blatantly
obvious. Other banknote designs hide it a bit better.
Markus Kuhn, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/ || CB3 0FD, Great Britain
I would like to see a banknote with the face of the guy who killed that
pedophile priest in jail.
according to other sites and forums i visited people have tried
copying US dollars/canadian/euro/monopoly money/etc
surprisingly, everyone has varied success.
one link is on macbytes.com (goes to the MacRumors forums, no
registration necessary) which also links to other sites and pictures.
Some people were successful in scanning in images of currency and
editing them, but it appears that most of the time most people werent.
I believe photoshop looks for a specific thing that bills in a
specific currency have in common.
BUt for those people who need images of currency to use legally, i
believe you can find them on the websites for the department of
treasury for that specific country's currency.
Also, this only happpens with major currency, and especially US
dollars, so pics are on the US treasury site for anyone who needs it.
I can scan the new $20. Photoshop will not allow editing it.
Canon i850 will not print it, independent of Photoshop.