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> Cacko C3000 Stuck In Portrait Mode
post Aug 1 2005, 02:17 PM
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Hi, I've just had to reflash cacko 1.23b1 on my C3000 because of a really weird orientation problem. I was listening to music in Kino2 and did various experiments to try to make the Zaurus *not* suspend itself when closing the shell (the idea was to play music with the C3000 closed in my pocket). I guess I managed to get it confused enough about the orientation.

The end result was that when the screen was in portrait position, the orientation was fine, but when the screen was in landscape position, the applications were launched upside-down (yes upside-down! I had to learn quickly how to type looking at the keyboard reversed...), aligned to the right of the screen, with what seemed to be the same width they would have had in portrait mode (ie: 480 instead of 640 px). The Qtopia taskbar was always on the right in the "portrait" position no matter what happened.

I tried rebooting the C3000 without success so a config file was definitely borked in some way, but I have no idea which one. Any hints ? (the C3000 is only a week old, reflashing and resetting the user data isn't a problem yet, but it will quickly be one).

By the way I booted Cacko after flashing it without erasing the user data (Ok boot menu, "3", "1" sequence) and the problem was still here and only went away after going through the "user data in the basket" procedure.
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