I want to make it landscape, so I specify rotate=90. The graph and HTML tables rotate, but the images in the tables are pasted off to the right of the drawing without rotation.
I suppose there's a chance that this is a bug in Mozilla, but I can't
tell from the outside. I ended up pasting the drawing into Visio and
rotating it there.
// You have to supply the images, but it doesn't seem to matter what
// images you use. This works fine if rotate is not specified.
rotate = 90;
n0 [shape=box, label =<<table border="0"><tr><td><img src="00.png" scale="both"></img></td></tr>
n1 [shape=box, label =<<table border="0"><tr><td><img src="9A.png" scale="both"></img></td></tr>
n0 -> n1;
[arif] This should be svg and/or browser related. Graphic outputs are generated with images rotated as well.(I tested jpg and png)
[erg] This is a bug in our core SVG renderer. Fortunately, we have lots of redundancy. If you use the cairo renderer:
you should find the output is rotated correctly.