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  • #8003
    abossart
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    Hi

    This is weared.
    It’s the PC who is the master, sending the screens to the iPad, not the other way around. So the PC screen should never rotate even if you rotate the receiving iPad device.

    #8023
    spacedesk Lea
    Keymaster

    Yes, the PC is the master.
    On the other hand, if the auto-rotation in the viewer side is enabled, the viewer app will send it’s current display orientation back to server so the PC/server will acknowledge it and rotate it’s display screen accordingly (will be reflected in the Windows Display Settings).

    In your case, if it’s in the mirror mode and the viewer rotates, it will send it’s orientation (e.g. Portrait mode) to the server and it will be rotated in the Windows display settings then spacedesk will send it’s rotated screen image back to the viewer.

    #8024
    abossart
    Participant

    Hi

    “On the other hand, if the auto-rotation in the viewer side is enabled, the viewer app will send it’s current display orientation back to server so the PC/server will acknowledge it and rotate it’s display screen accordingly (will be reflected in the Windows Display Settings).”
    -> sorry to keep insisting: it doesn’t make sense that the Laptop display rotates also if the iPad display rotates. I can’t read anything on a screen upside down if I have a classically attached display on a Laptop. But I do want the iPad display to rotate as I may want to write something on my iPad and want to rotate the iPad (e.g. attached keyboard may require a rotation, or the case elevates the iPad in the back to be able to easier write with the pen)

    So the question is how can I enable rotation on iPad but have no rotation on the PC/Laptop

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