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#21
You could install it, try to copy those out, then uninstall it and see if you could configure it to use that without having knots installed. Perhaps even package it as a new app...? (but you might need to give credit?)
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#22
Would putting those commands cause knots to open everytime I try to rotate?

Now since advanced-backlight has the buttons for rotate, perhaps would it be possible to apply the same command, only swap knots 2 with advanced-backlight? Also, could I do the same commands with opera since it has the rotate options? That way I don't have to install a program that I won't use.
 
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You could try to transplant the commands it uses and see if you can learn some key bindings. I don't think it would be too difficult.
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#24
Nice idea. I will keep in mind suggestion about rotate button.

Now you can rotate easier without knots2 with this xrandr:
http://skriblovsky.net/maemo/xrandr

xrandr -o left
xrandr -o right
xrandr -o inverted
xrandr -o normal

Don't forget to do chmod +x on it
 

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#25
Wow, telescope is amazing! My N810 is really happy to run it now.
Keep up the outstanding great work!
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pycage, Thanks!
 
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Originally Posted by Mitrandir View Post
Nice idea. I will keep in mind suggestion about rotate button.

Now you can rotate easier without knots2 with this xrandr:
http://skriblovsky.net/maemo/xrandr

xrandr -o left
xrandr -o right
xrandr -o inverted
xrandr -o normal

Don't forget to do chmod +x on it
Does xrandr change the orientation of the dpad too or just the screen ?
 
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Yes, you are right, it only rotates the screen.

Use this: http://skriblovsky.net/maemo/rotate.tar.gz
This archive contains xrandr, xmodmap and shellscript which can rotate both screen and dpad.
This script is written by user svs57 of n8xx.com forum, thanks to him.

rotate.sh script expects xmodmap and xrandr to be in path

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#29
It might just be because I have a few devels programs installed (from devels I mean) but when I press the home key it flashes through the programs very fast (like it is redrawing) before I get to Telescope.
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Ohhh, for me the Xrandr doesn't works... none of the rotation procedures had worked...Even after a Reflash, reboot
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