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Old 10-20-2017, 06:34 PM   #21
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Seeing your pic,it was almost certainly blocked by the Healthy Foods Filter, even more aggressive than the Cuss Filter.
I hope the pics will be of your new boat, looking forward to seeing them.
Exactly what I was thinking, Bruce. The damn Carb Filter switch probably got flipped on by accident again. Sorry about that...
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Old 10-20-2017, 10:05 PM   #22
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It's funny what you find in your 'downloads' folder when your testing a site. This image was for a presentation I was giving about "potluck marketing" and why it's such a bad idea.
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I prefer to upload to Imgur, helper apps available for all OSs.

Then post a link, shows the thumbnail lets users click through for a high-res, no editing/resizing, no space limits. . .
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Some of my photos I attach to my postings are upside-down. How do I flip them? In my computer, they all look fine.
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Old 02-15-2019, 01:24 PM   #25
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If you post pictures that look normal on your phone or tablet, but after upload here seem to post upside down or sideways, the issue is likely that the images were taken on a mobile device that auto rotates content to always appear right side up.

Some options:

1. Always take the picture in portrait orientation or:

2. After taking picture hold your device upright and then edit the picture, resaving it with a new name.

The forum software can't discern what the intended orientation was so it defaults to the actual orientation of the image (regardless of how your device auto rotated it to appear correctly in your local view)
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