Rotating modes. (4.[2-9\.]*)

Rotating modes. (4.[2-9\.]*)

Post by Ian Stirlin » Wed, 25 Jun 2003 07:06:14



Is there any way to effectively do

Option AllowRotatedModes "CW"

Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "600x800"

Or some variant.
So that you can go portrait by just hitting mode-switch a couple of times?

Many thanks.

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Rotating modes. (4.[2-9\.]*)

Post by joseph phili » Wed, 25 Jun 2003 14:22:44



> Is there any way to effectively do

> Option AllowRotatedModes "CW"

> Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "600x800"

> Or some variant.
> So that you can go portrait by just hitting mode-switch a couple of times?

> Many thanks.

Sure. Make up the 600x800 mode line yourself, and place it in your monitor
section.

Then, use CTRL-ALT-keypad_PLUS and CTRL-ALT-keypad_MINUS to cycle through.

 
 
 

Rotating modes. (4.[2-9\.]*)

Post by Lew Pitche » Thu, 26 Jun 2003 08:51:08


Without hesitation, Ian Stirling asserted (on or about 06/23/03 18:06) that:

Quote:> Is there any way to effectively do

> Option AllowRotatedModes "CW"

> Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "600x800"

> Or some variant.
> So that you can go portrait by just hitting mode-switch a couple of times?

No, you run the "xrandr" command ("xrandr -o <orientation>")

Hitting the mode-switch (or using xrandr to change modes) only changes the
resolution, not the orientation.

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Registered Linux User #112576 (http://counter.li.org/)
Slackware - Because I know what I'm doing.

 
 
 

Rotating modes. (4.[2-9\.]*)

Post by Ian Stirlin » Thu, 26 Jun 2003 17:45:59




>> Is there any way to effectively do

>> Option AllowRotatedModes "CW"

>> Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "600x800"

>> Or some variant.
>> So that you can go portrait by just hitting mode-switch a couple of times?

>> Many thanks.

> Sure. Make up the 600x800 mode line yourself, and place it in your monitor
> section.

I was meaning to actually rotate the screen, rather than just go for
a squashed mode.

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Rotating modes. (4.[2-9\.]*)

Post by Ian Stirlin » Sat, 28 Jun 2003 00:22:26



> Without hesitation, Ian Stirling asserted (on or about 06/23/03 18:06) that:
>> Is there any way to effectively do

>> Option AllowRotatedModes "CW"

>> Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "600x800"

>> Or some variant.
>> So that you can go portrait by just hitting mode-switch a couple of times?

> No, you run the "xrandr" command ("xrandr -o <orientation>")

...extension missing on display :0

I suppose I need to do some reading.
thanks.

Quote:

> Hitting the mode-switch (or using xrandr to change modes) only changes the
> resolution, not the orientation.

I know.
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