Lazy people who want to use only one hand to hold their camera thing. You can hold them sideways with one hand too, but it's awkward. Otherwise you need two hands, and that's just tooooo inconvenient. Actually, I think portrait-mode movies are far more atrocious.
I didn't read the article but this is something the phones and other devices should of never implemented. They should of been storing the raw files with the correct orientation. As the article pointed out it's not just a phpBB issue and can lead to all kinds of problems. If you are using older editor for example that doesn't support it suppose you flip the image. If the EXIF is unedited when you view it in software that does support it now it's flipped the wrong way again....canonknipser wrote: ↑Sun Sep 09, 2018 8:45 pmRecently I found an older article about the problem: https://www.daveperrett.com/articles/20 ... -a-ghetto/ - even if the article is more than years old, most of it ist still valid
and updated plupload to v2.3.6.
This is fantastic if plupload has addressed the problem! Thanks for sharing. There is an extension which will implement the EXIF rotation data where image resizing is not implemented in the ACP, but that doesn't work where plupload is involved.
Yes, that is the file to replace with the corresponding file from the plupload release 2.3.6. Simple.KYPREO wrote: ↑Fri Oct 26, 2018 1:32 amIs it possible to explain what is required to manually replace the plupload component of phpBB to the newer version? I can see where at least one of the files that ships with plupload is located within phpbb (FORUM/assets/plupload/plupload.full.min.js - which shows I'm running v2.3.3]. Is that it?
Brilliant. Thank you kindly. I will do some testing!
Plupload only handles the full size image it doesn't handle the thumbnail.KYPREO wrote: ↑Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:15 amBut, the attachments don't render in post with the correct orientation. However, if you open the direct URL of the uploaded image in a new tab it is correctly oriented. The means the EXIF data is just being retained and properly interpreted by the browser, but not phpBB.
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