Thank you both for your swift reply.
Lorna, I was hoping that someone from the team would get back to me, so thank you.
I'am a student, currently running a self written brief, out of Graphics studio in the UK.
I would be incredibly grateful if we could speak more, in order to rack your brains about everything F.lux? (Starting up, history, future prospects, etc.)
@lorna , I didn't think she wanted to permanently disable f.lux's notifications, but just temporarily while she's eg. watching a movie. That's exactly the kind of thing "Do Not Disturb" is meant for. It has the advantage that all Mac notifications are silenced, not only f.lux's, and also that it will automatically re-enable at the end of the day, in case you forget to turn it back on.
@scapegoat , I meant the Mac's Notification Center, not the f.lux menu or preferences. Do you know how to open your Notification Center? If not, look at the link I posted above. The Do Not Disturb switch is above today's date, so actually you have to scroll up to see it.
Forget what I said. I was wrong. The location search is not case-sensitive; it is just slow.
The first time I typed "amsterdam" and an empty window popped up. The second time I typed "Amsterdam" and Google Maps opened. The first time, I thought the search failed, therefore I tried again. May I suggest to show a spinner or barberpole animation while Google Maps is loading? That might give the user just the amount of feedback needed not to press Cancel and just wait a bit longer?