Rotate your screen on Tiger
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I was intrigued by this so I tried to figure it out. It's easy!
- Quit System Preferences (if it's running)
- Launch System Preferences
- Hold Down the Option Key
- Click on the Displays icon
You'll see a popup for rotating the display... Standard, 90, 180 or 270. I've tried 90 and 180 and both worked! I wonder if it'd be bad for my powerbook to run it upside down... then I could build a nice stand for the PowerBook so it could run upside down and I could put a keyboard on the table where the bottom of the PowerBook (ie: its keyboard) would normally be. :-) It would kinda suck to have all the cables hanging down but maybe the stand could have some port repeaters in it. ;-)