How to rotate mouse x y axis in mac osx?

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  1. ernestask, Mar 30, 2013
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    Hey,

    I rotated my display by 90 degrees, because it's comfortable way for me to work with one particular software, so I was wondering is there any program which could flip x y mouse axis back, so I don't need to flip my mouse physically, which is very uncomfortable for me. Google finds only windows os related solutions.
     
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    justperry

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    Isn't this automatically set when you rotate the display, should be that way.
     
  3. ernestask, Mar 30, 2013
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    sorry I think i've made mistake trying to explain this I mean I want to rotate display but leave mouse x y axis the same, so i don't need to bend my neck or flip my mouse. Display is rotated but monitor isn't physically rotated. Display rotates with mouse axis in system prefences and I want only to rotate display, not the mouse axis.
     
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    justperry

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    Ah, Ok, sorry can't help you with this.
     
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    I might misread your explanation; but good that you found your solution.
     
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    Arigato people for your effort! Now getting back to work:)
     
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    justperry

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    You ARE the best.:D
     

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