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How can I rotate pictures in my genogram?

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Author How to upright a lying down picture that has been added to genoPro
Posted Thursday, June 06, 2019 - Post #39913
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When I add an upright picture to a genogram, some pictures remains upright, and other pictures although upright before adding, after adding the picture it shows up on the genogram as lying down.  I have been unable to rotate it.  Can someone please tell me how to do that?  Thank you.  
Posted Thursday, June 06, 2019 - Post #39919
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Jpg images have an Orientation flag as part of their metadata (EXIF).  Some software such as Windows 10, use this when requested to rotate an image instead of adjusting actual pixels in the image.  AFAIK GenoPro does not take account of this flag and so it is necessary to actually adjust pixels to rotate an image for use in GenoPro.  This article https://www.ivertech.com/Articles/Image-Rotation-Issue-With-Windows-10.aspx has a good explanation of this problem.  Note that I have not tested the resizer software mentioned in this article, instead I tend to use the freeware package Irfanview for image adjustment including rotation.


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Edited: Thursday, June 06, 2019 by genome


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