Some of you may have noticed recently that photos inserted into comments are occasionally rotated 90 degrees.
Vanilla has finally incorporated automatic photo resizing. Admins can set a maximum dimension, and over-sized photos will be automatically reduced upon uploading. Keeping photos to a certain size limit really helps when viewing the forum on slower internet connections, but with cell phones and other devices taking increasingly higher resolution photos, it's sometimes hard to prevent those large files from clogging the bandwidth.
The resizing feature works well, with one obvious glitch. Oversized photos in portrait orientation are resized and rotated before display. (Photos in landscape orientation are resized but displayed correctly.)
Currently the only solution to this is to resize photos yourself before uploading. There are many tools available to do this. Photos that do not exceed 800 pixels in either dimension will not be resized and should display normally.
This is what I have come up with for a solar panel holder, using a telescoping ladder cut down and will install the solar panel and antenna on top , it will be mounted on a turn table,the ladder is about 15 pound