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i got an Raspberry Pi with a display on it. The display is a WaveShare SpotPear LCD (A) V3 and connected through the pins on the Raspberry. It works great and also when I move the USB mouse, it works great on it. The only problem is, that when I use my fingers or a pen for displays to click on the display, it seems like it is rotated. Is there any solution for that?

  • This won't be enough information to help. What type of display? How is it connected? Other details that might help us isolate a specific problem? – Brick Jan 2 at 22:53
  • Thanks, the display is a WaveShare SpotPear LCD (A) V3 and connected through the pins on the Raspberry – Hansi Schmidt Jan 2 at 22:59
  • It sounds like the displayed IS rotated. You have to consult the documentation of the display to know how to rotate the display software wise (most likely you have to modify the config file in /boot). – Uwe Plonus Jan 3 at 17:36

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