I have the same situation. I haven't figured it out yet.
Thanks for great share
@rebsurazal look for the icon at the top of the screen:
@fulminare Did you find a solution yet? I am having very similar issues and just posted about it here:
@herf Great, thanks.
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@fluxter The problem might have to be fixed by DisplayLink.
The suggestion is 5 (!) years old. Hope we'll see some progress on this soon!
I have the same problem with DisplayLink.
Have you found a solution yet?
Ok, thanks for the explanation!
Blue light and UV are different - LED-backlit monitors do not produce any UV.
We design f.lux to work with daily rhythms, so if you have normal vision, you need some blue light during the day, and much less at night.
@paulschreiber this issue has been there since forever. Reported on it way back. Unfortunately, it's still present.
@mathwizurd Update: turns out it was Google Chrome which was resetting Flux.
I went full screen, clicked on the Flux icon, and saw it was "Disabled for Chrome." I unselected that, and everything worked!