Rotate Display - Macintosh
Rotate Display - Macintosh.
Most LaCie LCD displays allow the panel to rotate freely on the base. This grants the option to easily view images in either a landscape (wider than it is tall), or portrait mode (taller than it is wide.) Mac OS 10.4 and above can perform hardware rotation without any special software, so long as the Mac has the proper display controller.
Rotation is controlled via the Displays section of the System Preferences program. To open this, click the Apple logo in the upper-left corner of the screen, then click System Preferences. Click Displays in the window that appears.
If Rotation is supported on the computer, a "Rotation:" menu appears near the bottom-right of the screen. (Macs that do not support this feature do not have this option.) Choose the desired rotation level from the drop-down box, and the settings will change instantly. After the change, Mac OS requests confirmation on the new settings. Click "Confirm" if the changes are acceptable. If they are not acceptable, click the "Revert" button (or simply touch nothing for 15 seconds. The change will be undone automatically unless "Confirm" is clicked.)