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Old 01-21-10, 12:04 PM   #1
klei9843
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Default xrandr reflections

I need to set up my display so that it can be viewed via a mirror (for side-by-side 3d stereo viewing of proteins, etc.). As such, I need to output that display in mirror image. I can do this using

xrandr --output <display name> --reflect <x, y, or xy>

on any of my non-nvidia machines... I am able to rotate fine with nvidia, but reflect "x axis y axis" does not appear when I

xrandr -q.

Do any of you know a trick to make it work? I would think this should be no problem for nvidia to include in the driver, but apparently it is - or it just hasn't been done yet... Even my 10 year old dell with a cheap ati card can access reflect modes.

Thanks.
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