Turning Toilet 90°
Now, I've not installed a toilet in a very long time, but I'm confident I'm easily capable of doing the install, assuming no modifications. However, turning it 90°: Are there generally provisions to move the bolts to another position? I vaguely recall the last flange I looked at, the bolts were installed in a channel, but I'm nowhere near 100% on that, and I'm also decently sure that one was plastic. The floor of my bathroom are those little 1/2" tiles (probably attached to a cement sub-floor), the pipes are copper, and everything is original from 1970. I have access underneath the toilet, but from the bottom, I only see a copper pipe going up through plywood; I expected I'd potentially see the heads of bolts, but obviously they only go through the flange and not the floor.
I don't want to take the toilet off only to find there is a project waiting for me that'll take a lot longer than the hour it takes to install a toilet, then I'm down to one toilet until I have time for a more involved fix.