I want to read from a picture, therefore i would need to know the words in the picture, and what coulor and position they have, but one step at the time. To know the words I have understood ocr (tesseract) is the way (and to use tesseract I need another program to handle it like tess4j) and to use it I need to download stuff(?). Can I even do that and use it in in repl? Here is an instruction for ocr I found. Tesseract OCR with Java with Examples - GeeksforGeeks
I know we can upload a folder to repl but after I add the tesseract and tess4j folder what do I do then to use it / adapt the testexample to run?
Typically you add JS to HTML with the
script tag. You can replace the filepath with a URL if you would like. Is this a normal HTML/JS/CSS Repl or a server (NodeJS, Python Flask, etc.)? NodeJS should work fine but Flask may make this harder.
I think you are a bit over my head honestly, I am using Java to program in, as the example does. You mean I should be writing inside html?
Hey @Annkar welcome to the community!
Could you send a link to your Repl?
Tesseract is really hard to use on replit
Simply use the Google Vision API xD It’s 100x better and more accurate.
After annoying errors with SLF4J, missing shared libraries, and a seemingly corrupted image, I’ve set the Tess4J sample up here