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Inadvertently rotated display

On my logitech mouse I have six buttons I can press. There's a left click, a right click, a scroll wheel and three other buttons I don't know the names of. One is on the left, one in the middle, and one is on the right. If I press the button on the left while I press CTRL the display rotates, If I press the button on the right while I press CTRL the display rotates a different way -- but I can't get it back to normal.

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The solution was easy. Press [CTRL, ALT, up arrow] simultaneously and the display goes back to normal.

If anyone knows why CTRL plus left click (and CTR plus right click, for that matter) rotates the display I would be curious to get the information.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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