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How do you mirrorize your computer screen?
#1
I'll explain the problem here if you don't get what the subject means. So i was watching this cartoon on Youtube, but it was mirrored so that it wouldn't be removed due to copyright. I want to view the cartoon in its original perspective, and i know that its optional to put your computer screen upside down, left or right and stuff, but i wanna know if its optional to mirrorize it as well. I took an image of the video and edited it a little so that you can see what i mean. Basically i want this,
[Image: youtubeforwards.png]
to look like this,
[Image: youtubebackwards.png]
So is there a way to mirrorize the computer screen so that it can look like the bottom image?
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#2
I don't think this is the appropriate forum for this type of question. Anyway, right click on your desktop (assuming you're using windows 7) and click screen resolution. You will see a window like this:

[Image: ItjBq.png]

Select Landscape (flipped) and click apply. Voila! Of course, now everything will be reversed, including your mouse movement, which could make for a difficult time when you want to go back to the regular screen orientation.
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#3
All that will do is flip the screen upside down.

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#4
Most of the newer graphics cards support this. Launch your graphics utility ( nVidia, ATI, or Intel ) and there should be an option for it in the display area.

We used to mess around with the library computers and "mirror" the monitors using this method. Some Intel based drivers allow you to hold down Windows Key and double tap the arrow keys, I doubt yours works this way.

Or you could just get Netflix or a DVR.
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(06-29-2011, 01:22 AM)culexor Wrote:  I don't think this is the appropriate forum for this type of question. Anyway, right click on your desktop (assuming you're using windows 7) and click screen resolution. You will see a window like this:

[Image: ItjBq.png]

Select Landscape (flipped) and click apply. Voila! Of course, now everything will be reversed, including your mouse movement, which could make for a difficult time when you want to go back to the regular screen orientation.

Actually I'm using Windows XP.
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