Flux user for many years now. One feature I really miss is the ability to disable Flux when RUNNING, not USING, an application.
"disable flux when USING some game" : fine, when I'm using the game, chances are I'm just doing this.
"disable flux when RUNNING photoshop": because when I'm using photoshop, I'm certain to alt-tab to my photo collection, or a firefox tab with sample image, and it's annoying to have to deal with the flashing
I feel this is a different use case of "disable flux for an hour", which I use for various scenarios not falling under a strict "disable flux when XXX" condition.
Thanks again for this excellent software.
Thanks! With the rapid growth of electrically-lit horticulture installations, this could significantly expand the tool's usage. And while the research is still underway on which wavelengths are meaningful in varying situations, I can imagine a PPF filter being an excellent place to start.
Bugbee's a great resource. Are you familiar with the GLASE research consortium (https://glase.org/research/)? They're also doing great work.