Lightroom: Cyrillic letters on the spine of the book cover don't turn 90 degrees to the right

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The title letters in Cyrillic fonts (e.g. Russian) don't print correctly on the spine of the cover. Normally, they should be turned 90 degrees to the right. What I see is that they keep standing.
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Reproduced.

Also, as far as I know, russian tradition (and also in continental Europe too?) is to print spine text bottom-to-top, and not top-to-bottom as in US or UK.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bookbind...
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Dorin, it is quite possible that the spine text on Russian books is printed bottom-to-top. Frankly speaking, I have never given a thought to this matter. As long as the letters are turned 90 degrees. Maybe, even a better idea would be to make it an option to choose whether one wishes the letters to stand or to be turned left or right.