Hi pguerett, please forgive my complete lack of knowledge concerning anything livecycle, but it sounds as if you may be able to help me.
Many thanks for any help you can provide...
Ah, pguerett, this is probably exactly the TYPE of thing the user is looking for. I just tested it out. However, I see two problems with it.
1) The button only works once. So if you click it to rotate and then decide you liked it the other way, if you click the button again it does nothing.
2) It doesn't resize the image. If I insert a "Landscape oriented" picture it resizes it to be proportional to the size of the portrait oriented field. Click the button to rotate it 90 degrees. It rotates the picture so that it is sideways, but it does not resize the image to now be porportional to the long-edge of the field. I hope I'm making sense.
I would definitely like to see a solution to this one, since I have a form I will be working on very soon that could benefit from having this.
Ah, but wait. ImageField1.rotate = "90"; rotates the FIELD itself, not the contents of the field. Right? So it wouldn't resize. In addition, it could be MESSY when you're dealing with flowed forms.
So we should see about a way of taking the CONTENTS of the imagefield and rotating those. Any ideas? I tried a simple ImageField1.rawValue.rotate = "90"; and it didn't work at all.
Hi GeneveveX, many thanks for your help with this. I look forward to any solution you come up with.