I know there are a couple of threads talking about this, but none of them seems to work or fix the problem.
I think this kind of text tools are important.
Any actual plugin to do this?
Running v0.8.2 and using imgbed plugin to render images directly from URLs within the post content. Having an odd issue where images show rotated in 90-degree fashion.
Have a look at: http://sportbikes.ws/topic/36/cox-radiator-guard-ftw
Clicking on the image shows it in its natural state (it's shown rotated to a landscape view in the post content, but clicking on it opens it and displays in a portrait orientation).
I don't see any CSS transforms going on that would rotate the image in the post content. WTF?
Does it happen on one of the default themes? Try persona.
If you open your image in GIMP it states
According to the EXIF data, this image is rotated.
Would you like GIMP to rotate it into the standard orientation?
Seems like browsers ignore EXIF within img-tags o_O
Seems like the only cross-browser solution (for now) is to edit your image and remove the EXIF in favor of data-wise rotation.
The devs may consider adding the css
image-orientation: from-image anyways for the hope of a broad support in future .
Ahhhhhhhh VERY interesting. Thanks so much for the info there - thought i was losing my mind for a moment.