Plant Database forum: 1st image 2 acorns, deleting it does not remove acorns

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skylark
Sep 30, 2014 10:41 AM CST
i just posted the 1st image to croton 'angustissimum' and did not notice that it was turned sideways. so i got 2 acorns, but i had to delete it in order to repost. Deletion did not remove the acorns. and adding it the 2nd time gave me 2 more acorns.
i don't know why image turns sideways on upload - it happens a lot. i just go back to my image on the drive and turn it left and then back to right. then upload again. sometimes it works from the 1st try, but sometimes i have to repeat the procedure.
it's a camera, not a phone pic. and yes, SOME of them are verticals, so originally they appear sideways and i re-orient them on my drive. but others are horizontals and they flip sideways on upload occasionally too. seems to be inconsistent.
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dave
Sep 30, 2014 10:48 AM CST

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It's hard to get consistency with images like that, but I can rotate images after they are uploaded. When this happens, just give me a link to the image and I'll rotate it for you. Smiling
JC/NYC (Zone 7b)
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skylark
Sep 30, 2014 11:08 AM CST
oki-doki! i usually look carefully before i click accept, but this one was so-o busy that i couldn't figure out left or right at a glance.

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