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I used Cursor Position from CNET.com: From Mattlav Software: Cursor Position allows you to work out the exact X and Y position of your cursor even as you move it, it also tells you how many pixels you have gone across if you move the cursor with the application open.


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You won't be able to adjust the brightness from your laptop - you'll need to use the physical control buttons on the monitor. According to the manual you should go Menu -> Color -> Brightness.


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I'd suggest replacing the unit. By the looks of the link you've sent it's just a faulty unit. "Yes, my replacement XPS did not have grid lines. The new one has a very sharp screen and has been great so far."


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This is a fairly decent question. But there doesn’t seem to be a clean/off-the-shelf answer. I found these AppleScripts (RotateDisplayScripts.zip) via this Mac OS X Hints thread that supposedly allow one to rotate screens via AppleScript (obviously) but I could not get them to work. Note that to get it to initially work, you need to go into “Security & ...



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