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    Picture posts 90 degrees counter clock wise

    Every time I post a picture or make an ad from my iPad the picture is 90 degrees cc from what it should look like. Anyone know how to fix the problem or change a setting?

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    Just a wild guess, but the automatic rotation setting on the iPad might be set to "locked".

    This might prevent your camera from detecting the orientation of the iPad (Horizontal or Vertical).

    With my iPad, when using the camera app and I rotate from vertical to horizontal, the camera icon rotates as well.

    Sometimes, if the iPad is close to level (with respect to a table or the ground), with camera pointing down, the iPad sensor will not detect moving from horizontal to vertical.

    Not sure if this addresses the issue you are seeing. Hope it helps.

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    the iPad is "Smart" enough to display it correctly.... even though you took picture 90 deg off......

    this web site, well.... it just shows it the way ya took it

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    I don't know, I looked in settings but can't find anything. The pictures we're take straight and I am able to post them normal on barnstormer, so I thought it was something with the website I have seen other post here 90 degrees off so I don't think it's just me. Even when I tried to rotate the pictures in my add they showed up 90 degrees off until you clicked on them to in large then they are normal.
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    That's weird the small picture is 90 off but enlarged it's right

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    Quote Originally Posted by PA-22/20-160 View Post
    That's weird the small picture is 90 off but enlarged it's right
    nope still shows 90 off on computer.. at least for me... you looking on the iPad still?

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    On my computer it rotates 90 degrees when enlarged too.
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    I don't think supercub.org likes iPads, must not be apple fans.

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    Whenever my sister sends a pic from her phone to my email it is 90 degrees off too. I've wondered what's going on.

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    I don't know about Ipads but some cameras display a pix correctly but actually store the file the way you took it. Maybe something like this is what you are up against.
    DRL

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