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Can you create / change individual window (not screen) orientation in a windows app

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I am developing in c++ with microsoft visual studio.

I have a requirement to create windows with different orientations.  I.e. one right side up, one upside down. I don't want to rotate the entire screen, just individual windows.

Ideally orientation is a property of the window so all drawing/rendering operations are done normally but appear rotated when seen.

Is this possible?  If not in windows, in X11?
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Neither windowing system supports it, but you can always rotate drawing surface, if no other way - opengl does it very well
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Simply subclass the window, add the orientation property and/or rotate method, and create your own methods which recalculate the drawing coordinates. It should be relatively easy.
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Thank you. I will investigate and come back with more questions :) or accept a solution.
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