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Old 03-08-2018, 07:21 PM
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Why are my photos upside down ? Also how do I reply with a quote ? Thanks

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Old 03-08-2018, 07:35 PM   #2
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Why are my photos upside down ? Also how do I reply with a quote ? Thanks
It seems to happen more if people use a mobile app, I don't know why.

On the quote, click on the "Quote" icon in the bottom right of the post you want to reply to.
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I flipped your PICS for you.

You should try taking your photos with your phone held "landscape", with the volume buttons pointing towards the ground, and the "Home" button on the right. This is the technical "right-side-up" for camera phones.
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How many posts, responses does a newb need to participate in a thread.

I keep getting a message that says I’m not authorized to respond
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^^^I answered your question in the above Thread.

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