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Portrait mode with the cable at the top and expresskeys at the bottom

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Portrait mode with the cable at the top and expresskeys at the bottom

Postby tomwerber » Tue 16. Jan 2018, 16:05

This would be super useful.

I have managed to get the tablet rotated 90 degrees into portrait which is great, however on my Mac when I set screen rotation to 270, it seems to reverse everything and the pen won't work (controls are mirrored).

Does anyone know how to get around this?

I dislike having the (flimsy) cable plug under my arm!

Wacom, how about support for portrait mode?

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Re: Portrait mode with the cable at the top and expresskeys at the bottom

Postby wacom1 » Wed 17. Jan 2018, 08:08

The display is independent of the tablet driver controlled by the graphics driver. The tablet driver should automatically adjust and use the current display area in whichever orientation. - We have noted that this can fail with the latest driver (6.3.27-2) and the pointer is mapped in wrong oriention. Workaround for the moment is to revert to the previous driver, make sure mapping is fine, then update the driver to 6.3.27.

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