[NTG-context] Rotating jpeg image gives weird output

denis.maier at unibe.ch denis.maier at unibe.ch
Tue Jun 14 10:56:03 CEST 2022


I have a jpeg image that drives me crazy. The scanned image I have received from the author is in landscape. So, I've rotated the image, but now two things happen:

1. there's a weird offset (the image is moved to the right)
2. The output contains this line
. location=local,global. location=local,global

I'm not quite quite sure how I can produce a MWE that shows the problem, but has anyone ever seen something like this? Does anyone know what that < . location=local,global. location=local,global > stuff means?


P.S: I've performed the rotations using the standard picture editor on Windows and with GIMP. Happens with both tools.l
P.S.S.: This seems to be somehow related to the particular file. With a different file that does not happen.
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