Need some help with GLCD 128x64 KS0108 solved

I have my new display up and running on an Arduino Uno. However, it appears the graphics that should be on the left, start in the middle and end on the right . Kind of like " )|( " instead of " () " if that makes since.

Here is the playground tutorial I used for wiring “using pin out B”

Here is my code found in a library example.

Any help would be great,

 * ks0108 GLCDexample
 * (example sketch from original ks0108 library)
 * Basic test code for the Arduino KS0108 GLCD library.
 * This code exercises a range of graphic functions supported
 * by the library and is an example of its use.
 * It also gives an indication of performance, showing the
 *  number of frames drawn per second.  

#include <glcd.h>
#include "fonts/Arial14.h"         // proportional font
#include "fonts/SystemFont5x7.h"   // system font
#include "bitmaps/ArduinoIcon.h"     // bitmap 
//#include "include/glcd_Deprecated.h"

 * Check for small displays as this code was written
 * before small displays were supported.
#error ks0108 example requires a display at least 64 pixels tall
#error ks0108 example requires a display at least 128 pixels wide

unsigned long startMillis;
unsigned int loops = 0;
unsigned int iter = 0;

void setup(){
  GLCD.Init(NON_INVERTED);   // initialise the library, non inverted writes pixels onto a clear screen
  GLCD.DrawBitmap(ArduinoIcon, 32,0, BLACK); //draw the bitmap at the given x,y position
  GLCD.SelectFont(System5x7); // switch to fixed width system font 
  introScreen();              // show some intro stuff 

void introScreen(){
  GLCD.SelectFont(Arial_14); // you can also make your own fonts, see playground for details   
  GLCD.GotoXY(20, 2);
  GLCD.Puts("GLCD  version  ");
  GLCD.DrawRoundRect(16,0,99,18, 5, BLACK);  // rounded rectangle around text area   
  GLCD.SelectFont(System5x7); // switch to fixed width system font 

void showCharacters(){
  byte line = 3; // start on the fourth line 
  for(byte c = 32; c <=127; c++){
     if( (c-32) % 20 == 0)
         GLCD.CursorTo(1,line++);  // CursorTo is used for fixed width system font

void drawSpinner(byte pos, byte x, byte y) {   
  // this draws an object that appears to spin
  switch(pos % 8) {
  case 0 : GLCD.DrawLine( x, y-8, x, y+8, BLACK); break;
  case 1 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+3, y-7, x-3, y+7, BLACK);  break;
  case 2 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+6, y-6, x-6, y+6, BLACK);  break;
  case 3 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+7, y-3, x-7, y+3, BLACK);  break;
  case 4 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+8, y, x-8, y, BLACK);  break;
  case 5 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+7, y+3, x-7, y-3, BLACK);  break;
  case 6 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+6, y+6, x-6, y-6, BLACK);  break; 
  case 7 : GLCD.DrawLine( x+3, y+7, x-3, y-7, BLACK);  break;

void countdown(int count){
    while(count--){  // do countdown  
     GLCD.CursorTo(0,1);   // first column, second row (offset is from 0)
     GLCD.PutChar(count + '0');

void  loop(){   // run over and over again
  iter = 0;
  startMillis = millis();
  while( millis() - startMillis < 1000){ // loop for one second
    GLCD.DrawRect(0, 0, 64, 61, BLACK); // rectangle in left side of screen
    GLCD.DrawRoundRect(68, 0, 58, 61, 5, BLACK);  // rounded rectangle around text area   
    for(int i=0; i < 62; i += 4)
      GLCD.DrawLine(1,1,63,i, BLACK);  // draw lines from upper left down right side of rectangle  
    GLCD.DrawCircle(32,31,30,BLACK);   // draw circle centered in the left side of screen  
    GLCD.FillRect(92,40,16,16, WHITE); // clear previous spinner position  
    drawSpinner(loops++,100,48);       // draw new spinner position
    //GLCD.FillRect(24,txtLINE3,14,14, WHITE);  // clear text area that will be drawn below 
    GLCD.CursorTo(5,5);               // locate curser for printing text
    GLCD.PrintNumber(++iter);         // print current iteration at the current cursor position 
  // display number of iterations in one second
  GLCD.ClearScreen();               // clear the screen  
  GLCD.CursorTo(14,2);              // positon cursor  
  GLCD.Puts("FPS= ");               // print a text string
  GLCD.PrintNumber(iter);           // print a number 

After some studying I discovered that the Chip select 1 & 2 were backward even though I wired it according to the directions. My display was the same as the "B" column in the playground except for the Chip Select part were my display uses "C" for the chip select pinout.

For those interested, my display is called JM12864F it is 128x64 black on green. I bought it from Ebay.

Thanks for looking, Mark