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I wonder if any of you guys can help me with some advice. Every time I Upload a photo it reverses it. I have tried uploading them every way but which but it always changes it. I thought I might be able to rotate after uploading but can't see any editing. I have sent two mails to the contact us this week but no reply, so really stuck, any ideas?
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I wonder if any of you guys can help me with some advice. Every time I Upload a photo it reverses it. I have tried uploading them every way but which but it always changes it. I thought I might be able to rotate after uploading but can't see any editing. I have sent two mails to the contact us this week but no reply, so really stuck, any ideas?
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How are you uploading - from a phone or computer. If you are uploading from a computer, I would open the photo in an editing program, make sure it's right then upload.
If it's from your phone, I've heard that the photos are sideways, but not reversed.

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follow Vince's advice after uploading picture close that window then Preview your message before sending it!
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How do you upload more than one pic ? I've tried everything I can think of, but after uploading, only one pic appears in the thread...
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How do you upload more than one pic ? I've tried everything I can think of, but after uploading, only one pic appears in the thread...
When you create or reply to a post, hit the "Manage Attachments" button. You should see a spot on the left that will allow you to upload multiple pics. Choose them one at a time from your computer and then hit the "upload" button.

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Kurt, can you tell us how you've tried uploading?

Here's how I do it: I make my browser smaller so that I can see both the browser window and the folder where I have my pictures.
I then, drag each picture I want to upload into the called "drag and drop". Once I've dragged in the pictures, I click the "post quick reply" button at the bottom of the screen.
Before I upload, I reduce my pictures to a smaller size (in pixels). Keep in mind that a picture uploaded to the Internet (or this forum) doesn't have to be very large for viewing.

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Kurt, can you tell us how you've tried uploading?

Here's how I do it: I make my browser smaller so that I can see both the browser window and the folder where I have my pictures.
I then, drag each picture I want to upload into the called "drag and drop". Once I've dragged in the pictures, I click the "post quick reply" button at the bottom of the screen.
Before I upload, I reduce my pictures to a smaller size (in pixels). Keep in mind that a picture uploaded to the Internet (or this forum) doesn't have to be very large for viewing.
I'll have to try that. I've uploaded previously but just a while back I tried the same way and nothing would work. Tried repeatedly to no avail. I'll practice harder.
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Kurt, can you tell us how you've tried uploading?

Here's how I do it: I make my browser smaller so that I can see both the browser window and the folder where I have my pictures.
I then, drag each picture I want to upload into the called "drag and drop". Once I've dragged in the pictures, I click the "post quick reply" button at the bottom of the screen.
Before I upload, I reduce my pictures to a smaller size (in pixels). Keep in mind that a picture uploaded to the Internet (or this forum) doesn't have to be very large for viewing.
About the same for me, except I don't use the quick reply.

I have found that I can just drag and drop the pix from my iPhoto and the forum very kindly does the resizing for me. And they stay the right way around.

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My problem with photos not righting themselves started when I switched to Windows 10. I never had a problem with Windows 7.
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