Hi Guys.Try reading my response again because you clearly don't get it. How does rotating my tablet help with sending a picture to facebook in the correct orientation if the orientation is incorrect?
A little argument going on here I see. I think there's some cunfusion in it, so let's see if we can work through it.
#1 OP complains about Photo app. Perhaps rightfully so.
#2 R0br comes back with: "If I take a picture on my phone that I want to post to facebook and its orientation is incorrect having the ability to rotate it before sending is a NEED." Yes, it's a need, but it's not in his app he's talking about, for it's a viewer, not an editor.
#3 FSeal comes back doing a good job trying to explain that it's a photo viewer, not an editor.
#4 R0br comes back pleading to read post again.
Facts as I see them:
#1 I believe the Modern (not Metro anymore) Photo app really doesn't end up on the desktop, for it's a Modern app written in a new UI. It opens in that UI window, not the desktop. It's a new kind of "Window". It is just a viewer, not editor.
#2 Smart phones have photo editor apps that one can obtain. By default, turning the phone to orientate does not edit a pic. In fact the pic just orientates itself the way it was taken no matter how one turns the phone. I think this is true for PADDs also. So, there's a need for an editor.
#3 If one desires a photo editor for the desktop, one will have to obtain a legacy program to do so.
#4 One can do on the 8 desktop that one has alawys performed before on other OS's desktop.
#5 MS apps are in their infancy. One should not expect perfection, just as any legacy program in it's infancy.
#6 The desktop in 8 is just a portal to open and use legacy programs. That's all it is. It's treated as an app, not that it is an app. It now takes 2nd place to the new UI called Modern.
Of course, anyone may right me if I'm wrong.