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Old 07-13-2016, 09:31 PM   #1
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Question Pic Upside Down, Hello Admi

I have repeatedly tried to post a new pic, in Forum and in Album.

It shows upside down. So I have rotated the pics 180 to post them upside down hoping for them to show right side up, NO.

What has changed? Or what am I doing wrong? I have not resorted to trying to post them sideways to troubleshoot.

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Old 07-13-2016, 10:07 PM   #2
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I have an account on PhotoBucket and upload my photos there. I can then copy a link to a photo there and paste it into a message here and it shows up just fine. The PhotoBucket account is free, but you will get email from them with 'great' offers. If it will help you I can try to create some screen shots to demonstrate the process.
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Thank you tukatz,
but I have successfully posted many pics to the forum and my album. This is a new problem. My PC hasn't changed nor has my phone camera.

Something is up?
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Gremlins!!!!!
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Gremlins!!!!!
As in early 1970s AMC hatchbacks?

My aunt had gold one, it had really nice tires. Don't know much about the rest of it. I owned an AMC later and it was just fine as long as you didn't expect the door handles to actually let you open the doors.
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My father had some sort of AMC thing. The only thing I remember about it is that it had a stamped valve cover that you could NOT get to stop leaking.
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My father had some sort of AMC thing. The only thing I remember about it is that it had a stamped valve cover that you could NOT get to stop leaking.
There was a lot of things about AMCs that wouldn't stop leaking. Folks down the road have an AMX, a two seat version of the Javelin. As ugly as it was, the older it gets, the better it looks. I wouldn't wanna be in charge of upkeep, I once spent $400 to replace a taillight assembly for my '65 Grand Prix.

I can't imagine finding a taillight for an AMX.
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I actually had an AMC Hornet, straight 6. That's how I know about the door handles and the various leaks. lol
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it depends on the orientation of the camera(phone), flip it 180 & take the same pic.
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Just trying from my phone.
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it depends on the orientation of the camera(phone), flip it 180 & take the same pic.
Thanks, will try that.
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Thanks, will try that.
Assuming your using a phone, which one are you using?
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Thanks

bearone2, that was it. Rotating the picture did NOT work but rotating the phone did.

And I think I am tech savvy....
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This is too complicated.
I will remain upside down for the rest of my short life.
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