@herf It's much better now, thx! And it works better at the night mode either. Also, I deleted profile from the color manager and all files at color folder still there so I can add it back the same way. Now it's perfect, you guys awesome!
Like I said, it's supposed to be red and black, and colors are supposed to be inverted. The name "Darkroom Mode" is named after the darkroom that photographers use when working with photo negatives that aren't sensitive to red light. The reason for the inverted colors is to whimsically simulate the photo negatives in the red light darkroom. That's why it's called "Darkroom Mode".
Open some programs and whatnot (do your normal thing) and take a photo of that and show me. I want to see just how bad the red and black really is. It's hard to tell from only that wallpaper. From the little bit that I can see though, I think it's working as intended (red and black, colors inverted).
@Tungsten_smooth No matter the setup, if it is (respectively primary and second monitor) desktop/desktop, desktop/fullscreen app,fullscreen app/desktop, f.lux disables itself at the same time on both. Sadly it is something you can't quite test yourself
@JanSunshine You can either do various tricks,(change your location to somewhere where it's night, or edit the register file) or just download the beta version where you can drag the slider down all the way to 1200 no matter the time of day.
@fuzzy186 regardless of season or bedtime, f.lux is designed to dim the lights at the correct time to allow you a full melatonin cycle. This happens nightly, starting at the onset of darkness, and is related to but independent of bedtime. It needs about 9-10 hours of darkness to complete and it's based off your wake time. So whenever you want to go to bed, you go to bed, but f.lux tries to remove the light that messes up your rhythm at the right time. If you want to post the schedule you'd like, we can help you get as close to that as possible.