I have been searching on the internet for quite a few days to find a solution to rotate zxing scanner to portrait mode. Yet, the result is not satisfactory.
I have followed this solution.
Yet my problem is, my scanner's custom layout did not rotate, but only the image captured is rotated.
My question is how can I make the custom layout to rotate to portrait mode? Do I have to do it in xml?
I just got the new galaxy note along with a Samsung cover. I plan on using the tablet for reading (along with other things) . I can't seem to get the screen to rotate to the left to portrait mode in some apps like the Kindle app.
I'm having an intermittent issue with my camera where it works fine in portrait mode but when I rotate it into landscape the screen goes black. When I rotate it back into portrait I can see the image again. It seems to happen more often when in sunlight and it occurs with the main and front cameras in photo and video mode. Has anyone else had this issue?
I am putting together 100 kiosks for a client. In those kiosks goes a 27 inch monitor that is positioned in portrait mode. I have to rotate the Ubuntu window by 90 degrees (rotated right) in order for the display to show properly.
Problem solved: when into settings, accessibility, and checked auto-rotate item which added rotate item back to pulldown items. Thanks.
All of a sudden the pulldown menu item that allows me to select auto-rotate or rotate lock is missing. My screen is in portrait mode and I have no way to change it. Not sure what happened here? Need help.
I see a lot of advice from people wanting to take portrait photos that tell them to rotate the camera by 90 degrees. However, no matter what I try the only thing that actually "rotates" is the image being taken by the camera, however it retains it's width and height proportions, so what happens is that the picture is only not distorted if the SurfaceView is narrow and tall.