@herf Hi Herf, Screenshot 2023-01-12 at 11.57.17 PM.png
Here is my screen shot, when using Chrome though the setting are correct it will automatically turn off and this will occur.
Screenshot 2023-01-12 at 11.59.43 PM.png
Note is shows 6500K
If I move off the Chrome browser it reverts back to 1200K.
or if I click bedtime, however if I am still on Chrome browser it goes to 6500K immediately.
@adityapstar is the second monitor plugged via just one USB-C cable? Sometimes these will use DisplayLink which puts f.lux into a different mode that is not always as capable. However, your "driver info" seems to say it should be working as a native device. If you have a spare HDMI cable, I might try that instead to see if it behaves better.
One second thing to try is to see if the second monitor can be disabled with the "Disable" menu, which makes a list of monitors. Since you said sometimes it does disable (without the fade) I would expect this to work, but I'm curious if it works with the games as well.
I suspect what's going on is we are not seeing these games as "fullscreen" which would be a bug we should fix - can you say which games show this?
@KatharinaS2 Hi Katharina - I think you are referring to "Darkroom mode". Two things:
You can always exit this mode using the "disable f.lux" hotkey which is alt-End (Or a reboot if that is hard to get to)
Can you post f.lux options > driver info so we can see what's going on with the tablet?
For some people (especially with multiple monitors) Thunderbolt (which uses the USB-C connector spec) can be better than USB-C. Your laptop may support it, but you'd need a more expensive hub in order to make it work.