Thanks Peter...Can you tell me how you did this so i can do it.. otherwise I'm going to stop posting pictures..
I have Windows 7 with IE 11, and this is the way I have found so far to work the best:
1. I click on the photo link just below a photo that I want to rotate to the correct position.
2. A pop-up then comes up that gives me a few options; I select Open
3. A photo window will then appear that shows the photo in the misoriented position; there are arrows at the bottom that I can use to rotate the photo to the correct position.
4. Once I have rotated the photo to the correct position, I select File at the top of the photo window; I then click on Make a Copy; doing this brings up my Picture library where I Save the properly oriented photo.
5. I return to the post where the photo first appeared, and I select Modify, use the Browse function under Attachments and other options, look for the properly oriented photo in the Photo library, and click on Open once I find it; at this point, to make sure that everything is in good order, I will usually hit the Post button to be sure that the properly oriented photo is in the original post; I will then reopen the post again and delete the original misoriented photo link.
If you go back to Reply 100 at http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php?topic=32091.msg324502#msg324502
, you will see how I fixed the photos in that post.
All of the above have to be done for each photo. And unless a member is able to correct the orientation of photos within a 24-hour period (I think that is what it is), only a Moderator will be able to fix the photos. Of course, I would rather that members get the photos in the correct position to begin with and not assume that the Moderators will fix them and take away that responsibility from them. From the forum's perspective, I want photos to be in the right position so that members do not get annoyed or irritated. I am as annoyed with misoriented photos as the next person. I have been quietly going into other members' posts and fixing the photos, and even deleting the edit notes at the bottom so that they don't even know that I was there. They perhaps think that somehow the forum fixed all of their misoriented photos.