[Community] Auto rotate for read at portrait and lanscape

Neil Jerram neil at ossau.homelinux.net
Wed Dec 18 11:07:51 CET 2013

On 2013-12-18 09:41, Parchet Michaël wrote:

>> Le 17 déc. 2013 à 23:22, "Neal H. Walfield" <neal at walfield.org> a 
>> écrit :
>> At Tue, 17 Dec 2013 21:51:51 +0100,
>> Parchet Michaël wrote:
>>> With neo900 and openphonux smartphone, could I read and write some
>>> documents with auto rotation when I rotate the tablet or smartphone
>>> ?
>> If you are planning on composing documents, you are probably better
>> off investing in a laptop.
> Yes,but when I read a document or a documentation I use my phone
> because the scream is small and I zoom with my digits and I follow the
> line with it.
> If the screen is too large, I lows the line.
> So could you say me if there is auto rotate the screan ?

It depends on the OS software that you choose to run.

QtMoko (which uses the Linux framebuffer directly and not X) has 
autorotation.  X-based systems do not, because rotation isn't fully or 
properly implemented in the Xorg drivers for OMAP (or at least, wasn't, 
last time I checked; I hope someone will correct if the situation has 
changed).  Replicant/Android/Mer/Ubuntu/Firefox I don't know.


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