GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 468161
when exporting to folder, auto-rotate creates a cosmetic problem
Last modified: 2007-08-19 12:23:16 UTC
Please describe the problem:
I used F-Spot's option "File -> Export -> Export to Folder..." (which takes you
to the dialog "Folder Export") and then chose "create standalone web gallery"
to export a few photo's to a web gallery which I could upload to my webspace.
Very nice feature, the result can be seen here -
http://www.svanloon.nl/vakantie_porton_2007/ - but with "Autorotate" enabled in the "Folder Export" dialog, it created a cosmetic error. For example follow the URL I just gave to see my gallery, the last photo in the lower right doesn't fit in the black square.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Take a 'portrait' (vertical) photo.
2. Export to standalone web gallery, and enable the "Autorotate" option.
3. Observe cosmetic errors in the gallery with auto rotated photos.
Auto rotated photos don't fit in the black squares for the photos in the gallery.
The solution I'd expect is that 'landscape' (horizontal) photos have larger thumbnails so that they'd be equal to the hight of portrait thumbnails. Easy solution, and larger thumbnails would be useful because currently they are a bit to small.
Does this happen every time?
I haven't tested, but I assume so.
Thanks for the bug report. This particular bug has already been reported into our bug tracking system, but please feel free to report any further bugs you find.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 443016 ***