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  1. Thanks, I am aware of this and I'm constantly using it. However, it would be considerably easier if it was automatic as it is in, for instance, windows photo viewer.
  2. Yes this is exactly what I'm saying it's not honoring the EXIF rotation that the camera embeds.
  3. Title should explain the problem pretty well but when images are imported into Evernote they aren't rotated based on the EXIF rotation metadata. I assume the devs will be familiar with this concept but for those that don't know what I'm talking about here is an article that explains ... http://www.howtogeek.com/254830/why-your-photos-dont-always-appear-correctly-rotated/
  4. What I'm talking about is the orientation that the camera sets in the EXIF data (same place it stores the GPS, Camera model, ect.). For instance if you take a photo in landscape and view it in the gallery on your phone it knows to show it to you in the correct orientation because of that EXIF data. If you took the picture at 45degs or some other odd angle it would register it as a rotation from portrait to landscape only if it was enough to trip the accelerometer in your phone (same as when you rotate your screen view). It's not going to register the rotation down to the degree, it's just a tipping point measurement.
  5. When images taken in landscape on the android app are inserted into the note they are always oriented in portrait mode. Since the orientation it was shot in is part of the meta data of the file it should be simple enough to have the app rotate the image in the note so it's correctly oriented. Thanks!
  6. On a recent update the android app has started naming all pictures taken "picture". This results in a situation where by it's not functionally possible to drag and drop single images out of the desktop app onto your computer; as after the first you will get a same filename error and have to manually rename each image after it's been dragged out of the app. I understand that you can export all attachments and it will put a number sequence after each but if I've got 10 images in the note but I only want to grab a couple this is also needlessly time consuming.
  7. On a recent update the android app has started naming all pictures taken "picture". This results in a situation where by it's not functionally possible to drag and drop single images out of the desktop app onto your computer; as after the first you will get a same filename error and have to manually rename each image after it's been dragged out of the app. I understand that you can export all attachments and it will put a number sequence after each but if I've got 10 images in the note but I only want to grab a couple this is also needlessly time consuming.
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