I have one script, which rotate screen with wacom device counterclockwise.
On my X200t I bind this one to rotate-key on Windows (under display). So, I think it must be usefull in tablet mode.
Can anyone test it and give feedback plz?
Makes sense to me. However, I've never used Wacom stylus. Nevertheless, I decided to reply and complicate your life
I don't know about x220t, but on my x220 I have succesfully tested a following script to autorotate the xrandr screen when the accelerometer says so:
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#!/bin/bash #Adaptex from x220 tablet using Arch wiki (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Lenovo_ThinkPad_X200https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Lenovo_ThinkPad_X200) #2015/12/01 (changes: set to x only for now, update xrandr syntax, dump rotate function) while true; do # 1) We extract data about the actual position position=$(cat /sys/devices/platform/hdaps/position) x=$(echo $position | sed -n "s/(\([-0-9]*\),\([-0-9]*\).*)/\1/p") # most of time contained in [350,650] y=$(echo $position | sed -n "s/(\([-0-9]*\),\([-0-9]*\).*)/\2/p") # most of time contained in [-650,-350] # 2) We work out the x value (= left and right inclination) (always between if [ $x -lt 400 ]; then xrandr --output LVDS1 --rotate right elif [ $x -gt 600 ]; then xrandr --output LVDS1 --rotate left else xrandr --output LVDS1 --rotate normal fi # #3) We work out the y value (= front and back inclination) # if [ $y -gt -400 ]; then # xrandr --output LVDS1 --rotate inverted # elif [ $y -lt -600 ]; then # xrandr --output LVDS1 --rotate normal # fi # 4) wait before checking the value again sleep 0.5 done
That is of course if the hdaps module is loaded in the kernel!
Coming back to your script, I should probably follow your example and put 'case' instructions, always safer than nested ifs...
x230/i5/8GB/500gb.hdd+256gb.m2ssd/IPS/debian_stable+win7 (better half)
Yeah, I saw some of autorotate scripts (even may be on Archwiki), but it useless for me for one reason :
it can't correct position when I lying on back =)
Such as other touchscreen device.
May be its possible to find value that comfortable for me.
I'll try this one, thnx!
P.S. Yes, I've HDAPS, it's cool.
I don't use this sensor for HDD, because SSD in my laptop, but it really interesting play neverball or Tuxkart via accelerometer =)
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