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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 11:31 pm 
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EDIT: In response to this post in the Lens Gallery an off-topic conversation developed about whether and how one could conveniently rotate on-screen images. I've split the posts out into this forum as Defiance has indicated he has no problem with the subject matter being discussed. Bob Andersson.

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Pity you didn't rotate the first two so that they are the right way up.... I suffer from Cervical Spondalosis (Arthritus in the neck) and it is very difficult to see them as I cannot tilt my neck over that far.

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That's unlucky Roy. How about using Ctrl Alt (arrow key) to rotate your screen?

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Markh wrote:
That's unlucky Roy. How about using Ctrl Alt (arrow key) to rotate your screen?

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Doesnt work on my screen, is that Graphics card Dependent?

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Markh wrote:
That's unlucky Roy. How about using Ctrl Alt (arrow key) to rotate your screen?

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Doesn't work on my machine either

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Markh wrote:
That's unlucky Roy. How about using Ctrl Alt (arrow key) to rotate your screen?

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Doesnt work on my screen, is that Graphics card Dependent?


I thinks a more of a feature on the driver side. Doesn't work on mine either but it works on my school's computers.

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i cant rotate my screen but i can rotate it physically

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lol. Not the most practical solution but if you have a small monitor.. :wink: :P

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Hmm, I'm not sure how it works to be honest guys... :?

Oh well, guess well just have to make sure to post pics in the correct orientation as much as possible.

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