If original preset was created on landscape format image and you're now working on portrait format then what you're seeing is expected. Likewise, when original is created on portrait format image...
Thanks Ian, I just realized this when I saw how all my graduated filter presets get applied to different images. I'm guessing this behavior is new with the latest update, it didn't used to interpret these presets in this way.
Is there a way to define a graduated filter preset so lightroom remembers it as "filter along top of image" instead of "filter along long side of image?"
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I don't believe so, at least not with the new cross application XMP based presets introduced with Lr 7.3. You could post a feature request to the forum monitored by Adobe Lr Team members Lightroom Classic CC | Photoshop Family Customer Community
Ok, thanks Ian.
I now have two sets of graduated filter presets, one for landscape oriented shots and one for portrait. Kind of a pain, but it works.