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Peteh

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Incorrect orientation on uploaded image in PDF
« on: July 30, 2018, 11:01:31 pm »
 Windows 10, Scribus v1.4.7, Build ID C-*-T-*-C1.8.6-Windows, Using Ghostscript version 9.06, export Compattibility=PDF 1.3 (Acrobat 4)

 I am using image import via a button using java script "event.target.buttonImportIcon();"  This works very well, however, depending on the image source, the image may display with incorrect orientation for the end user. I would like to add a button that end user may use to rotate uploaded image. 

I've searched the web and our Scribus Forums, for several weeks now, for a way to modify the orientation on an uploaded image in an active pdf form but just cant seem to find anything specific to this.  I have found java code to change image orientaiton (see below) but I believe this will only work on an HTML or CSS document, not a PDF form.

Does anyone know how I can add a button with the necessary code to change the orientation of the target image on the form?

I have tested these codes:


var angle = 0;
$('#button').on('click', function() {
    angle += 90;
    $("#image").rotate(angle);
});

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I also tried:

$('input').click(function(){
    var img = $('img');
    if(img.hasClass('north')){
        img.attr('class','west');
    }else if(img.hasClass('west')){
        img.attr('class','south');
    }else if(img.hasClass('south')){
        img.attr('class','east');
    }else if(img.hasClass('east')){
        img.attr('class','north');
    }
});

Thank you!

 

palmate