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Oakley, California

55 Miles E-NE of San Francisco, CA

Solid zone 9, I can expect at least one night in the mid to low twenties every year.

Hot, dry summers. Cold, wet winters.

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Possible help for those whose iPhone photos come in rotated. I had heard of this happening for some people, and the suggested fix was to "Edit" the photo before posting.

For me I only had to rotate the photo (i.e., go to "Step 3")... but other people say they also had to crop it slightly for the rotation to "stick"...

Hope that helps!

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12 hours ago, iDesign said:

Possible help for those whose iPhone photos come in rotated. I had heard of this happening for some people, and the suggested fix was to "Edit" the photo before posting.

For me I only had to rotate the photo (i.e., go to "Step 3")... but other people say they also had to crop it slightly for the rotation to "stick"...

Hope that helps!

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gonna give that a try.  I have done this on my PC but then it doesn't re-rotate it.  gonna try the cropping.

Jupiter FL

in the Zone formally known as 10A

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