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Erm, they all appear the right way up (.... on this side of the planet )
EXIF is an area in the image file (JPG) which contains lots of useful information about the image.RogerE wrote: ↑21 Sep 2020 02:39Hello kenlondon, looks like you have found a solution for those annoying rotated images that others were unable to tame.
For those of us not "up" on the technicalities, can you explain a bit more about "EXIF" please? What does the instruction mean, and what does it do? Thanks!
Thanks very much for your opinions Roger, much appreciated! I’m guessing the date of the Cinderella is probably late 1960s - Early 1970s.RogerE wrote: ↑22 Sep 2020 05:12
I can't say anything about the date or origins of this stamp/cinderella,
but I can transcribe the Czech text and use the transcription to give
Google translate's English version:
— International Trade Union Committee
solidarita(*) s pracujícími a lidem Jižního Vietnamu
— Solidarity with the workers and people of South Vietnam
Hrdinný Jihovietnamský lid zvítězí
— The heroic South Vietnamese people will win
(*) Oddly, it seems the text uses the English word "Solidarity" rather than
the Czech word "Solidarita". Perhaps the English version was the most
widely used catchcry at the time...
Thanks for that faro, will introduce myself properly later today.faro wrote: ↑22 Sep 2020 10:03Well, that's the Viet Cong flag and copies of the cinderella are on Czech websites rather than dotted elsewhere around the world so it's probably exactly what it appears to be!
No more specific details online at a casual glance, sorry.
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