orientation: Display orientation lags behind device orientation when it changes quickly
Submitted by Máirín Duffy
I have a Thinkpad Yoga S1. I updated to Fedora 24 last week. My laptop screen now seems to rotate randomly, I think it's too sensitive. I get up and walk away to get a coffee and come back and the screen is rotated perpendicular to where it should be. The pressure of my fingers hitting the keyboard, or if I cough, or fidget in my seat all seem to trigger it randomly as well.
Going to the menu and rotating it back is difficult because it changes the direction of the mouse.
I can't find any menu or settings panel to modify this behavior; I would really prefer just to turn auto rotate off and only have it rotate when I opt into it rotating.
Is there any way to turn this feature off?
Can I provide any useful diagnostic information about the laptop to help with its excessive sensitivity?