Naomi Uni 31k Monitor. Flipping the picture

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Naomi Uni 31k Monitor. Flipping the picture

Post by Mellor » February 21st, 2009, 3:38 pm

Bugger... Configured all my mame pc and then started rebuilding my sprayed, now chopped down, uni cab. I rotated the sodding monitor clockwise and the plastic cover doesn't fit back on this way!

Is there an wasy way on this monitor, i'm guessing the Sanwa, to flip over the picture like you can do with the older cabs/monitors i'm familiar with. As getting the now shelled/front ended computer to flip over is going to be a right pain. I need the picture to do a 180!

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Re: Naomi Uni 31k Monitor. Flipping the picture

Post by cools » February 21st, 2009, 4:02 pm

Yup.

http://www.brasington.org/arcade/tech/flip/

(Anti-clockwise is more normal than clockwise, it seems)
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Re: Naomi Uni 31k Monitor. Flipping the picture

Post by Andypc » February 21st, 2009, 4:11 pm

Mame has an option to rotate the screen in both directions.
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Re: Naomi Uni 31k Monitor. Flipping the picture

Post by Mellor » February 21st, 2009, 4:31 pm

cools wrote:Yup.

http://www.brasington.org/arcade/tech/flip/

(Anti-clockwise is more normal than clockwise, it seems)
Cheers Cools, I wondered if the chassis had a different connecting point to do the same but I can't see one. Like the Hanty monitors do. I can still use that same method just a bit awkward to get at.

Yeah I know mame can go both ways its just I have Instant shelled the computer and added my own boot logo which I would have to alter and unshell it to do so etc..

I'm lazy and couldn't be bothered with either method and was hoping for a seperate plug or jumper :lol: But Cools method is prob gonna be the simpler

Thanks guys

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