07-09-2019 10:26 AM
I found when connected to external monitor, both LCD and e-ink panel are stuck in portrait. Yet external monitor is horizontal. So touches in y direction on internal panel register as x direction and vice versa on external monitor. I.e touch is inverted.
Has anybody come across this issue?
07-10-2019 08:56 PM
Yes, it really drives me nuts when I first try to it. For me, it only happens when I ONLY want to use the external monitor ie. display 2 under Windows. I can get all the LCD, e-ink, external on Landscape when I used all 3 of them.
When I am connected with physical keyboard, mouse and monitor, I really would not want the LCD panel to be on.
But I finally found an workaround: if I only want to use display 2, I back fold the Yoga Book so that LCD went off and just use the e-ink. But it is not perfect because Windows still remember there is a display 1 so the mouse cursor can be swing there, I also have to set display 2 as my main to have the task bar appear there. Not all are lost here because the Yoga Book is pop standing so I can read my ebook/article better.
As I also use type-C connectors with my Samsung Note 9, I realize different type-C seems to behave slightly differently although they exhibit same behaviour with my Yoga Book so far.
Hope it helps.
07-11-2019 06:53 AM
07-11-2019 09:20 AM
I only tested with an external monitor and standard mouse/touch gestures. My external display correctly followed the orientation of the C930.
07-12-2019 12:21 AM
I tried ur workaround but when i only extend my second monitor (which i made main monitor) the drawing pad always goes to the internal display and i dont even see my courser anymore.
it works when i duplicate the display but thats not what i wanted :/