OK, I’m a complete pratt where graphics are concerned so laugh all you like as long as you’re helpful afterwards…
I’ve got an ancient I-phone, I think its number’s SP4 or something, had it a few days, bought it 2nd hand. Joined Clubhouse (using Bluestacks after the shock of discovering it wouldn’t work on the phone even though the phone was an I-phone and I was told it would work on I-phones!) and wanted to put my picture up. Discovered I-phones can take pictures so I took one of me. It was upright (portrait) on the phone, the computer - and sideways in Clubhouse. Tried rotating it, it went from sideways to upside down and stayed there.
So I took another upside down on the I-phone, reasoning that now it would be rotated the right way up. Nope - it got rotated from upside down to sideways and stayed there. How do I take a picture of me, using the old I-phone cos it’s the only camera I have that doesn’t still rely on film, that’s upright in Clubhouse on Bluestacks when I import it in there? I’ve tried about 11 times now and I can’t spot how to do it! (sideways left, sideways right, upside down, right way up, shrunken small, made large, rotated diamond-shape in a graphics program and re-exported, rotated sideways in same graphics program incase that made a difference and re-exported, flipped left, flipped right, inverted!)
Nothing, but nothing, will stay upright in Bluestacks/Clubhouse. But everyone else’s pictures are upright. How are they doing it!?!?! Each one of the changes in the brackets above can look upright on my PC Win 10 computer screen. It’s when they hit Clubhouse the rotation changes and I don’t understand why. But everyone else seems to!
Chris, who doesn’t like standing on his head!