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    POE Stash image analysis scan (OCR)

    Hi Guys

    Im currently looking into scanning what currency I have in my stash using image analysis in c#. Currently im using OCR with the Tesseract library.
    I can't get it to "guess" the correct number for the currency I got. If ex. I have 144 Chaos and I give it a picture of only the number in black and white, it might guess "3".

    Do you guys have any expierence "scanning" how much of each currency you got in stash?

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    Why do you have to guess ?
    You can use the official stash api to grab your current stash tab, or write a poehud plugin and grab the data from poehud memory.

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    Oh wauw.... Didn't even think about that!! Thanks mate Well tonight was a waste of time, but at least I learned something new

 

 

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