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Old 09-26-2015, 02:27 PM   #21
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Now, same process only with Windows 7.
Original, vertical (portrait) then rotated 90 CW.
So, this confirms it is a W8-10 issue.
Screw it...going to go find a keg.
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Old 09-27-2015, 03:38 AM   #22
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Winodoze 7 was quite good...W8 was crap...W9 was jumped...W10 was supposed to fix everything...appears not. I'll stick with 7 at work for now. We are all Macs at home.
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Old 09-27-2015, 02:28 PM   #23
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Winodoze 7 was quite good...W8 was crap...W9 was jumped...W10 was supposed to fix everything...appears not. I'll stick with 7 at work for now. We are all Macs at home.
I have always liked W7 and wanted nothing to do with 8.

When I got my new laptop in April, it came with 8.1 so I adapted and am ok with it even though there are a couple of wierdities. I have installed 10 on an old laptop just to play with and have not yet decided if I like it or not.

So, now I have all 3 versions, still prefer 7 and thankfully it will be around for a few more years.
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Ok, so let's try again based on a Windows forum tip.
Original, vertical (portrait) then rotated 90 CW.

Nope.
Just like Maxine Nightingale said;
Right back where we started from.
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Yup, I'm having a similar problem. Using images either from my iPad or iPhone6 on manage attachments, the thumbnail shows the pictures as being right way up. But when the actual post is viewed, they are upside down. I have tried it with multiple images and they all do the same thing. Images have correct rotation on the devices and also as shown on the thumbnails in manage attachments on the website.
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McGillicuddy, just out of interest, which way up do you hold the iPad or phone when taking pics? I have an iPad 2 and iPhone 6, and mine come out right, but I always use them with the home/start button at the bottom, if portrait, or to the right if in landscape mode. Someone else having this upside down issue found it was due to holding them the other way round, even though the picture orients such that it looks ok, but apparently isn't. Well maybe that's it anyway. Worth considering. I think it was Marin who pointed this foible out that time..?
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McGillicuddy, just out of interest, which way up do you hold the iPad or phone when taking pics? I have an iPad 2 and iPhone 6, and mine come out right, but I always use them with the home/start button at the bottom, if portrait, or to the right if in landscape mode. Someone else having this upside down issue found it was due to holding them the other way round, even though the picture orients such that it looks ok, but apparently isn't. Well maybe that's it anyway. Worth considering. I think it was Marin who pointed this foible out that time..?
I normally take the photos with the button at the bottom unless I have to take the photo with the camera on its side in which case its to the right.
I managed to download a photo today that is correctly oriented. I used the TF app and it works that way. Apparently if you use the Safari browser with the website it will not work.
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I normally take the photos with the button at the bottom unless I have to take the photo with the camera on its side in which case its to the right.
I managed to download a photo today that is correctly oriented. I used the TF app and it works that way. Apparently if you use the Safari browser with the website it will not work.
Ah, yes...forgot that bit. I too gave up on Saf...no...wait a minute...I gave up using Firefox and went back to Safari because it is in the Mac OS on everything I use at home, and on the boat, and they don't go upside down. Can't just be the browser then. How do you transfer your pics from iPhone 6 to your iMac or Laptop? I just have then all linked/shared via iCloud now - works well - much easier than emailing pics I wanted to my computer or making a cord connection.
By the way, I find all this forum stuff and also pic uploading goes much easier from a laptop, rather than using the iPhone TF app. Everything is way too cramped and small in the mobile app for my liking. Are you trying to do everything from the iPhone app..? Maybe the problem is using Safari on the iPhone. Safari works fine on the MacBook Air.
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I have all my devices linked to the icloud and they sync on a regular basis.
i prefer to read the forum on my iPad on safari but now go to the app to post pics.
I am not a fan of the way the app lays out to read.
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I have all my devices linked to the icloud and they sync on a regular basis.
i prefer to read the forum on my iPad on safari but now go to the app to post pics.
I am not a fan of the way the app lays out to read.
"I am not a fan of the way the app lays out to read." Nor am I. Maybe its older eyes..?
"I prefer to read the forum on my iPad on safari but now go to the app to post pics."
Ok, that's odd then, but I must say I'm not sure if I have ever tried to post a pic off the iPad using Safari, because I usually do that off the MacBook Air using Safari, or MacBook prior to that, but I'll see if I can post a boat pic off the iPad now using Safari..
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Ok, here goes....
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Old 12-13-2015, 12:38 AM   #33
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That was off my photo roll, via Safari, on iPad using the advanced, manage attachments function. Is that what you were doing, mcgillicuddy..? Or were you using the add a picture icon via URL at the top of the posting box..? The latter being more for posting pics stored off site on something like Flickr.
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Old 12-13-2015, 01:01 AM   #34
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Unbelievable, picture posted from OSX become right side up when posted from down under........
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ok here is a photo from the manage attachment function off my photo roll on iPad. Lets see what happens
The phot is correct way on my iPad, and the thumbnail on manage attachments is correct. I hit submit and BINGO. This is the same procedure I used before.
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Old 12-13-2015, 08:19 PM   #36
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It worked..! Bloody computers, eh? Who knows why stuff works one time and not another...anyway, now you've got it...let's see some more, but maybe on the 'My Boat' thread. You might need to use the search function to light that one up again, but there is one there with that title or similar somewhere.

By the way...love those Cheoy Lees...

PS. You might want to edit that wee typo in your avatar..?
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