Let me decide when F.lux is activated!



  • Hi! Instead of letting sunset determine when the screen shows warmer colours, I would like to decide this myself. I live in Sweden. During summer sun doesn't set until eleven in the evening, and during winter it is dark at three o'clock in the afternoon. I would like to have a screen with warmer colours at nine o'clock in the evening, both during summers and during winters.



  • did you see this?
    http://justgetflux.com/forum/topic/125/sleep-improvement-needs-a-fixed-sleep-schedule
    http://justgetflux.com/forum/topic/115/sunrise-sunset-override

    it seems the developers do not live as much north as we do.
    this might be very regrettable but I mention a workaround in the first post: find an island in the atlantic!



  • @Animisha said:

    Hi! Instead of letting sunset determine when the screen shows warmer colours, I would like to decide this myself. I live in Sweden. During summer sun doesn't set until eleven in the evening, and during winter it is dark at three o'clock in the afternoon. I would like to have a screen with warmer colours at nine o'clock in the evening, both during summers and during winters.

    I'd like this too. Are you controlling it manually in the meantime?



  • I would really like to be able to set f.lux to sunset or whatever setting I am ready for in my sleep cycle.

    It entirely too difficult to just open flux and set the warmth to my preference. It should not reset every time I select a setting, I do not just want to preview the setting.

    Please allow me to set my own schedule.



  • @grimlen said:

    I would really like to be able to set f.lux to sunset or whatever setting I am ready for in my sleep cycle.

    It entirely too difficult to just open flux and set the warmth to my preference. It should not reset every time I select a setting, I do not just want to preview the setting.

    Please allow me to set my own schedule.

    In the meantime, change your location to a place where the sun has set already. That will enable you to choose any color that's warmer than 2700K.


  • f.lux team

    Thanks for the feature requests guys - we hear you. I hope you'll like the stuff we've got coming up.


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