I have read various discussions about it, and I apologize, but I did not understand anything. I use an esp32 with esp-idf. The library works correctly. Now I would need to use the screen oriented 90 ° ie vertically.
I exchanged the definitions: #define LV_HOR_RES_MAX (240) #define LV_VER_RES_MAX (320)
driver->rotated = 1;
But nothing happens, continue to write me the text of a label horizontally. I need to hold the display vertically and write the labels in this orientation.
How can I do?
Thank you very much
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