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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.
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.
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."
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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