- From: Daniel Köb <dkoeb ist tugraz at>
- To: f-spot-list gnome org
- Subject: Image rotation
- Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 20:38:10 +0200
First of all, thanks for the nice tool, it really brought me closer to
I just detected a change in the rotation feature of f-spot and I don't
know if it is a feature or a bug :-)
With older versions of f-spot (0.1.1 or lower?) rotating images
resulted in really rotated images, not just f-spot displaying the
image in the new orientation. But with versions 0.1.2 and 0.1.3
(debian packages) only f-spot displays the new orientation after
rotating, while the image itself stays in the original orientation.
The exif orientation data is changed (i.e., left-top becomes right-top
when rotating right), but the thumbnail in the exif is not changed.
While this feature/bug is no problem within f-spot, it is quite
annyoing when using the photos outside of f-spot. I would like to stay
within f-spot to manage my photos, without the need for another tool
to "really rotate" the images before using them for somthing else.
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