When connecting with Jump Desktop to a system with one or more monitors that are in Portrait mode, Jump Desktop will switch them to landscape mode and mess everything up.
While connected, you can manually change the monitors back to portrait mode, but Jump Desktop doesnt remember that setting. And the next time you connect, it will do the same thing and change any monitor that is in portrait mode to landscape.
Here is a short video showing the problem clearly. I hope this can be resolved in an update soon.
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