Upper part of screen more red than bottom one
After installing f.lux, the upper part of the screen is more red than the bottom part of the screen. It's as if there's a gradient from top to bottom.
I can see this because as I move white windows up and down, they turn more red when they are in the upper part.
Is this the way f.lux is supposed to work? I thought the adjustment was going to be constant through all the screen.
For reference, I'm on a MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010).
This is normal with today's monitors. It's just the way they are. It doesn't have anything to do with software like f.lux. Stand up once and look at your monitor from that higher height and then crouch down and look at it. You'll see what i mean.