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Scoggan

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Posted: 19/01/2016 20:56:01
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Hi i uploaded some photos of Robinsons 80 at South Crofty and two of them have come up rotated 90deg anti clock they were corect when i sent them,
How do i rotate them 90deg clockwise with out upseting the order can you help me.
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SimonRL

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Posted: 19/01/2016 21:40:03
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You can't, sorry Sad They'll need to be rotated on your computer and re-uploaded.

When rotating it is safer to do it using a graphic editing package, the in-built Windows photo viewer does not do it properly - it just saves the file with the info that it has been rotated which isn't communicated during upload.

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IP: 92.14.87.40 Edited: 19/01/2016 22:47:15 by SimonRL
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