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February 1st, 2019, 05:33 PM   #21
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Below I've attached a slightly smaller version of your image, so that it orients properly.
What exactly does that mean?

Also note question in last post of previous pg which this post naturally follows.
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February 1st, 2019, 06:43 PM   #22
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You didn't name the editor that you opened. Doesn't it have a help option that would describe how to rotate an image?

You possibly have a button such as
Rotate.JPG

or you might be able to use the keyboard Ctrl+R shortcut (or some other shortcut key combination).
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February 2nd, 2019, 05:07 AM   #23
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You didn't name the editor that you opened. Doesn't it have a help option that would describe how to rotate an image?

You possibly have a button such as
Attachment 10159

or you might be able to use the keyboard Ctrl+R shortcut (or some other shortcut key combination).
I did and I said I rotated it. It's the Windows 10 editor that a jpeg image automatically opens up in and it has the rotate button you show.

The question is, how did you rotate it, my posted image?

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February 2nd, 2019, 06:11 PM   #24
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I used Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (in Windows 10, I think it's called Windows Photo Viewer), but MS Paint would have given the same result.
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I used Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (in Windows 10, I think it's called Windows Photo Viewer), but MS Paint would have given the same result.
So do I- Windows 10 version. A rotated jpeg image is the same no matter how you do it- or do you think the Win !0 version has hidden code instructing that the image not be rotated in MMF if submitted by zylo?
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February 4th, 2019, 12:10 PM   #26
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I used a smaller image. I didn't try using the rotated image prior to reducing its size.
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I used a smaller image. I didn't try using the rotated image prior to reducing its size.
I tried that- it didn't work.
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February 5th, 2019, 10:12 AM   #28
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I have since tried saving the first attachment in post #16 and then rotating it (which slightly increased its size on my hard drive). Without further resizing it or cropping it, I then uploaded it as an attachment to a test post and it displayed with the new orientation.
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Why a test post? Why didn't you just include it with your post?

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To save time, I just did a preview.
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