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Facebook picture upload rotated 90 degrees counter clockwise

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Greetings,  in the last month whenever I upload a mobile picture from my iPhone to my Facebook page it displays it 90 degrees counterclockwise.  If I take the picture on my iPhone in  landscape mode it displays fine but I never had to do this before and most of the time I do not take pictures in landscape mode.  Is there a way to easily rotate the picture on Facebook ? Or is there a way the iPhone or iPhone app can be setup to make the uploaded pictures display correctly ?
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You can rotate them on Facebooks regular website. They haven't made it available yet with the phones.
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How do you rotate t hem on Facebook ?
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Try this http://upload.facebook.com/photos_rotate.php. It should be a little rectangle with an arrow.
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Hmmm,  it doesn't seem to work.  If I click on your link it just goes to www.facebook.com/home.php.  And if I highlight the link I get the rectangle with the Arrow but there is no menu to rotate a picture.
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Found it !  I can use both solutions so I will split the points.  Thanks !
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Go to the picture you uploaded. Then on the right side below the picture it will show something like this.
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