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We've updated the tutorial explaining LCD shields with the Nokia 6100 LCD:

http://tronixstuff.com/2014/02/03/tutorial-arduino-color-lcd/
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Thanks for sharing, again a great tutorial!
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Hi Tronixstuff.

A very nice tutorial and thanks for your work.

Of course now the question     smiley

I've looked through your library files (and other peoples) but can't see the function I'm looking for and just wonder if it's there and I'm not seeing it.

I am trying to find any support  for the Nokia 6100 shields (preferably those using the Philips LCD) that contain an expression for displaying characters as mirrored images of their normal display. (Left becomes right. The vertical placement to be unchanged)

This is to enable the display to be read correctly when the LCD is viewed via a mirror which will, of course, laterally invert the display.

Any help welcome and acknowledged in advance.

Dale H.
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