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Old 09-22-2012, 02:26 PM   #3
godblessfq
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Originally Posted by hawhill View Post
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It works with a rotated screen. However, the screen must be rotated when the app starts up, not afterwards.

Personally, I use this with USB networking configured to autostart. That way, I can just plug in the Kindle, press "Shift V U" and get going.

Windows users check out kranu's "eMonitor" thread. The software does a similar things and kranu mentions ways how to set up a virtual second display for Windows. I'm not to sure how to run vnc on one display out of many, though. I recommend to start with cloning your existing desktop. You'll probably want your kindle in landscape mode for that, so do the rotation before starting kindlevncviewer.
I tried the portrait mode. But it does not use the full kindle screen. I have a
virtual monitor with 1200X824 resolution using zonescreen, and set it in portrait mode, the connect to it via tightvnc, turns out there is a big blank area down the screen. It would be great if you could fix this. Thank you!
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