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You can easily rotate screen with xrandr, however it does not rotate touchscreen/touchpad input which makes it fairly awkward to use. There is a [https://github.com/wolneykien/xrandr-align project] attempting to address this. Keyboard hardware-disables in tablet mode, but touchpad is still active which needs to be addressed. No ACPI or keycode signals appear to be emitted for the various laptop,tent,tablet states.
 
You can easily rotate screen with xrandr, however it does not rotate touchscreen/touchpad input which makes it fairly awkward to use. There is a [https://github.com/wolneykien/xrandr-align project] attempting to address this. Keyboard hardware-disables in tablet mode, but touchpad is still active which needs to be addressed. No ACPI or keycode signals appear to be emitted for the various laptop,tent,tablet states.
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The LinLap site has some good information - see
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http://www.linlap.com/lenovo_ideapad_yoga_2_pro

Revision as of 20:15, 16 February 2014

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Reason: unnecessary article (Discuss in Talk:Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 2 Pro#)

Graphics

Steam crashes trying to run games complaining about missing i965 module. It seems some applications treat it as accelerated, and some do not.

Rotation/Conversion

You can easily rotate screen with xrandr, however it does not rotate touchscreen/touchpad input which makes it fairly awkward to use. There is a project attempting to address this. Keyboard hardware-disables in tablet mode, but touchpad is still active which needs to be addressed. No ACPI or keycode signals appear to be emitted for the various laptop,tent,tablet states.

See also

The LinLap site has some good information - see http://www.linlap.com/lenovo_ideapad_yoga_2_pro