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- Mar 17 2020, 9:12 AM (65 w, 4 d)
Mar 17 2020
I have a dell xps 9575 and I do confirm that iio-sensor-proxy work without configuration with Budgie. However there is something that would be cool to add with that: my panel is on the left side of my screen (so it is 1080 pixels long and it doesn't use vertical space). Out of the box, when I go into portrait mode, the panel stay on the left side of the screen (so it is now 1920 pixel long and is using precious horizontal space). I want my panel to stay on the same physical place on the screen whether I am in landscape or portrait (that is, my panel is always 1080 pixels long, and is on the left side in landscape and on the top in portrait). Right know, I am using a systemd unit that listen to dbus events related to rotation, change my dconf and then do a budgie-panel --replace. It works but it is a bit involved for someone new to Linux, and I do sometimes end up with two panels and need to kill one.