C:/program files (x86)/Thinkpad/Tablet Shortcut/LENTBCTL.exe
then go to "settings" (it's grayed out, but you can click it), and there you can click a box to enable auto rotate.
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If it doesn't work for you, other things I think need to be installed are Lenovo screen reading optimizer (also a windows 7 only driver) and the thinkpad airbag (Lenovo Active Protection System).Tasurinchi wrote:Nice! Thanks for the tip, I need to try this on mine this weekend!
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