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10.4: MacBooks can rotate external displays
Authored by: daniel.baragan on Jun 03, '10 11:56:33PM

[this might be offtopic - a have os x 10.6]
I found an ugly workaround to the ugly fonts on rotation problem:

Every time you log out/turn off, rote your display to normal.
And every time you start rotate it back to 90.
If you also keep your display physically vertical (as I do) you'll be faced with quite a challenge at least twice a day.

The subpixel order is correct when the display is horizontal during login.
And is kept that way when you rotate (if you don't relogin)

To be able to choose the subpixel order (RGB, BGR, VRGB, VBGR) is just one step.
You must also be able to set this on a display basis.

Come on Steve, you can do better than that.



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