[Debian9Stretch] LXQT bug with xrandr?

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[Debian9Stretch] LXQT bug with xrandr?

Postby oui » 2017-04-12 13:43

I use LXQT on JWM. LXQT produces an error with xrandr

I manipulate often landmaps.

in high contries (for ex. both Americas on one map) it if better to turn the screen. On Laptops it is not possible, so I use
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sudo xrandr -o normal
sudo xrandr -o left


do what needing on the map

and an double hit on cursor up in the console permit to turn virtually back into the normal screen view!

on about all WM's ...

... but not on LXQT: impossible to recover the tray and to continue to work!

(I can extend the JWM tray, of course, but I would prefer to use as wished the tray of LXQT itself :idea:
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Re: [Debian9Stretch] LXQT bug with xrandr?

Postby arochester » 2017-04-12 13:50

I use LQXT and Openbox. It works for me.
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Re: [Debian9Stretch] LXQT bug with xrandr?

Postby debiman » 2017-04-12 19:03

do not use sudo with xrandr.
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