Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Crone View Post
Try using heavily weighted film clips on the bottom of the film strip when hanging to dry.

A tempory measure is breathing on the upper surface of the film this should start the film to curl uppermost. It only lasts for a while but might be long enough for you to get it under the flat bed or in the file sheets.
Thank you Trevor, I'll give that a try. I actually did switch to unweighted plastic clips on the lower end of the film when drying. The strip looks nice and flat while drying, but perhaps the added weight will help permanently set it flat.