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meljab
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Pinned topic FileNet Pro 5.2.1 Save TIFF Display Orientation

‏2011-08-18T19:27:13Z |
I am working on a .NET application that displays images in a viewer before allowing a user to index the document. I have a viewer window in this application that I am using to display the image. When I rotate all of the documents in the batch using the "rotate all" button, my application rotates all of the documents in the batch but when I click the "save tiff display orientation" button, it take the currently displayed image that was rotated 180 degrees and rotates it again another 180 degrees. Has anyone seen this behavior before and if so, could you give me a hint on how to fix it?
Updated on 2011-10-03T20:59:49Z at 2011-10-03T20:59:49Z by PaulHarding
  • PaulHarding
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    Re: FileNet Pro 5.2.1 Save TIFF Display Orientation

    ‏2011-09-06T20:22:48Z  in response to meljab
    I'm having the same issue in version 5.2 patch 5. We first saw the problem when we started migrating to Windows 7 and a newer version of Capture than we had previously. As a workaround, we've dropped an older FNCaptureViewer.OCX on the failing machines, and that does the trick for now.
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    Re: FileNet Pro 5.2.1 Save TIFF Display Orientation

    ‏2011-10-03T20:59:49Z  in response to meljab
    I opened a ticket with IBM on this issue, and they were able to reproduce it, and have developed a fix, which should be showing up in the next patch to Capture 5.2.1, probably near the beginning of 2012.