What happens if you rotate the picture say just one 1/4 of a turn any then
upload it to the legacy program one you figure out how many turns it
takes. It might look wrong before it's loaded but be right in legacy. I
had that issue in another program and fixed it this way.
On Aug 6, 2017 5:14 PM, "Trevor Carlson" <trevordcarl...@shaw.ca> wrote:
> Well, I have a particularly perplexing issue that I cannot figure out.
> I've taken a number of photos on my iPhone 6 in which the photos are
> showing perfectly fine in the files (downloaded to my computer), but are
> all on its side when opening the folder in Legacy. No amount of 'rotating'
> the pictures in the file folders helps, and you cannot edit photos directly
> in Legacy. What do i do?
> Note, when the photo was taken in landscape, there is no issue. It is a
> problem only when taken in portrait.
> I'm using the latest version of Legacy9 Deluxe, and use the default photo
> program from Windows 10. What is truly disturbing is that I never had the
> problem in Legacy 8. I've also attached into Legacy9 pictures which had
> been downloaded prior to the Legacy9 upgrade without issue only two weeks
> ago. Why is this a problem now? Is there some setting on the iPhone6
> screwing this up while snapping the pictures as well? If so, I cannot
> understand why the rotating function wouldn't work.
> Thank you,
> Trevor Carlson
> Edmonton, AB
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