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Posted 2018-09-18 3:48 PM
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So, I was looking at this super Linux hacker guy's site today, and I came across this:
https://www.fieldmap.cz/?page=hardwaredet&id=124

Don't you guys think it's cool!

It's obviously for field use, but I was amazed by the looks.
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Posted 2018-09-19 3:48 AM
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Looks a lot like my Nova Mobility Systems tablet (not to be confused with the Fourier Nova 5000, though the specs are nearly identical):

https://www.ebay.com/itm/TOUGH-Tablet-NOVA-MOBILITY-SYSTEM-NMS-5000-...

(Don't ask me why this seller took this pic upside down. )
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stingraze
Posted 2018-09-20 4:13 AM
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I think he posted from a rotated smartphone or lived in Australia (down under). lol
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Posted 2018-09-20 2:05 PM
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Odd as eBay photos has a rotate tool. As stingraze says, when he viewed them on the computer, the machine would have auto rotated them using the orientation meta data, but ebay's photo uploader didn't look at that to perform the auto rotate.

It's like viewing smartphone photos on Windows 10 (with viewport rotation) and then the same on Windows 7 (without)
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Posted 2018-09-22 4:44 AM
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Android gets images in wrong orientation when using Chrome browser.

Firefox, not so much? I don't know.
There's an app in Android Play called Firefox Focus, with a focus on privacy and data cache - non storage.
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