Question: Uploaded pictures always stays vertical

aemilius89 asked on December 12, 2018 15:52
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Hello,

When taking a picture with the phone or tablet with the foldable spectrometer. I upload it and the picture is always processed as vertical. Even if you check or uncheck the "Spectrum is vertical" box. It will always insert the spectrum in the below manner. It does so on a desktop computer with windows 7, windows tablet with windows 10 and my android phone. I also found out that trying to use the "flip image" option does not do anything.

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For a moment I thought that the picture was to big, so I made it smaller. But it still happened. So I included the java inspection.
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With kind regards,

Emiel de Jonge



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I have had some similar issues with "flipped" images. Sometimes it seems that I just need to refresh the browser and wait, but I have also been trying to 1.0 interface that is linked at the bottom of the page. This seems much less buggy.

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That is exactly what I tried as well. But i get send back to the 2.0 platform automatically.

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Hi, Emiel - thank you very much for reporting this. We'll make a priority to get it fixed in the coming weeks but I apologize that the holidays are starting so in the meantime I recommend rotating your image before uploading -- and again, apologies for the issue!

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Hello,

When taking a picture with the phone or tablet with the foldable spectrometer. I upload it and the picture is always processed as vertical. Even if you check or uncheck the "Spectrum is vertical" box. It will always insert the spectrum in the below manner. It does so on a desktop computer with windows 7, windows tablet with windows 10 and my android phone. I also found out that trying to use the "flip image" option does not do anything.

image description

For a moment I thought that the picture was to big, so I made it smaller. But it still happened. So I included the java inspection.
image description

With kind regards,

Emiel de Jonge


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@warren Rotating the picture before uploading does no good. It will arrange the picture no matter what I do in the above manner. I would love to hear when you fixed it. Thanks for your reaction!

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Thank you for the input and suggestions given, hopefully it will be a science for me to share photos

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