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when rotating the screen it becomes blank

I used to rotate my screen halfway using xrandr -o inverted and it worked fine until I updated to fedora 21. Every time that I rotate the screen the whole screen becomes blank. It shown my cursor, but I can't see anything else. The problem doesn't occur when I rotate it 90 degrees though. Any ideas on why this is happening and how to resolve it?

I'm using the mate desktop environment.

when rotating the screen it becomes blank

I used to rotate my screen halfway using xrandr -o inverted and it worked fine until I updated to fedora 21. Every time that I rotate the screen the whole screen becomes blank. It shown shows my cursor, but I can't see anything else. The problem doesn't occur when I rotate it 90 degrees though. Any ideas on why this is happening and how to resolve it?

I'm using the mate desktop environment.

when rotating the screen it becomes blank

I used to rotate my screen halfway using xrandr -o inverted and it worked fine until I updated to fedora 21. Every time that I rotate the screen the whole screen becomes blank. It shows my cursor, but I can't see anything else. The problem doesn't occur when I rotate it 90 degrees though. Any ideas on why this is happening and how to resolve it?

I'm using the mate desktop environment.

UPDATE: When I switch to a shell (with ctrl+alt+f2) and then back to the GUI it shows the screen without a problem!

when rotating the screen it becomes blank

I used to rotate my screen halfway using xrandr -o inverted and it worked fine until I updated to fedora 21. Every time that I rotate the screen the whole screen becomes blank. It shows my cursor, but I can't see anything else. The problem doesn't occur when I rotate it 90 degrees though. Any ideas on why this is happening and how to resolve it?

I'm using the mate desktop environment.

UPDATE: When I switch to a shell (with ctrl+alt+f2) and then back to the GUI it shows the screen without a problem!