Core Rotation Options


rotate
Description This option will rotate a system to the default orientation specified in it's driver.
Full Command -rotate
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -norotate
Example mame64.exe pacman -norotate
Mame.ini Command rotate
Command Default 1
Argument Format <boolean>

ror
Description This option rotates the systems screen output to the right relative to it's normal orientation.
Full Command -ror
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -noror
Example mame64.exe pacman -ror
Mame.ini Command ror
Command Default 0
Argument Format <boolean>

rol
Description This option rotates the systems screen output to the left relative to it's normal orientation.
Full Command -rol
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -norol
Example mame64.exe pacman -rol
Mame.ini Command rol
Command Default 0
Argument Format <boolean>

autoror
Description This option allow Mame to automatically rotate it's output screen on pivotting monitors. This command should be used on monitors that only pivot to the right. (Anti-Clockwise)
Full Command -autoror
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -noautoror
Example mame64.exe pacman -autoror
Mame.ini Command autoror
Command Default 0
Argument Format <boolean>

autorol
Description This option allow Mame to automatically rotate it's output screen on pivotting monitors. This command should be used on monitors that only pivot to the left. (Clockwise)
Full Command -autorol
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -noautorol
Example mame64.exe pacman -autorol
Mame.ini Command autorol
Command Default 0
Argument Format <boolean>

flipx
Description This option will flip Mame's output screen horizontally. This can help if you have rotated a screen and the image is reversed.
Full Command -flipx
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -noflipx
Example mame64.exe pacman -flipx
Mame.ini Command flipx
Command Default 0
Argument Format <boolean>

flipy
Description This option will flip Mame's output screen vertically. This can help if you have rotated a screen and the image is reversed.
Full Command -flipy
Alt. Command none
Reverse Command -noflipy
Example mame64.exe pacman -flipy
Mame.ini Command flipy
Command Default 0
Argument Format <boolean>