First released at MacWorld in 2005, ScanTango has rapidly become the first choice of professionals that require high-speed conversion and distribution of documents in PDF or TIFF format. ScanTango's support for bar-coded patch cards in scan batches enable the input of multiple documents in a single operation and changes to scanner settings on the fly. The application comes complete with built-in drivers for Fujitsu's production-quality workgroup duplex document scanners along with selected USB-powered sheetfed mobile scanners by Syscan Imaging, Inc.
ScanTango's Preview-like interface also supports viewing and editing of PDF files as well as redaction of sensitive information. PDF documents may be merged and pages may be imported or exported by simply dragging thumbnails to and from the desktop. Documents may be automatically distributed using save to disk, e-mail, FTP, print, and fax.
What is new in this release:
- - Fixed a strange bug that caused the prepackaged documents in the Demo scanner to appear out of order in OS X Mojave (10.14).
- - Re-enabled some menu items for doing page image manipulation (such as "Deskew") that had been disabled in the past few releases until Apple fixed their PDF library. All better now.
- - Fixed a bug that caused ScanTango Help to spin endlessly while attempting to display help under OS X Mojave (10.14).
What is new in version 2.8.3:
- Added TIFF option pulldown menus when doing the File menu "Save Copy As" command. This allows you to specify the desired TIFF resolution and image depth (Black and White, Grayscale, or Color) when saving a copy of a PDF document as a TIFF file. These options also appear when saving a copy of a TIFF file as a TIFF file in case PDF page(s) have been dropped onto the document from the desktop and are used for converting the embedded PDF page(s) only. When saving a copy of a PDF document as a TIFF file, the settings you select are remembered and will appear as the default the next time Save Copy As is used with a PDF. When saving a copy of a TIFF document as a TIFF, the default resolution is set to the document resolution and the depth is set to Color and any changes made to these defaults are used but are not saved. When doing a normal Save command on a TIFF document, any embedded PDF pages are saved using the document resolution and a depth of Color by default and no options are displayed.
What is new in version 2.8:
- - Scanning, display, and zooming of PDF documents under 10.12.3 and later versions of Sierra are back to normal.
- - Area redact, erase, and page cropping of PDF documents under 10.12.3 and later versions of Sierra now work.
- - Remaining Sierra issue is conversion of PDF pages to bitmap pages and initial scanning of PDF pages in bitmap form.
What is new in version 2.7:
- Added support for the Fujitsu fi-7030 scanner
- Fixed a crash problem when opening PDF documents under 10.12 Sierra.
- Fixed a problem that prevented ScanTango from scanning PDF documents under 10.12 Sierra.
What is new in version 2.6.8:
Fixed a problem that could cause incorrect (or no) selection areas to be drawn when cropping PDF pages.
What is new in version 2.6.7:
- ScanTango now requires an Intel Mac running OS X 10.7 or higher.
- Added support for the Fujitsu fi-7160 and fi-7260 scanners.
What is new in version 2.6.6:
Fixed a crash problem when scanning on Max OS X 10.6 (but was OK on later OS versions).