Please: custum color profiles



  • Hello,
    Please make this

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    Or allow us to change an xml or whatever file to make custom color presets.
    It would be awesome!


  • f.lux team

    @lordofweed This is basically how the Mac version works, Windows is still waiting to come to public beta.



  • Any way to enter the current "closed" beta?



  • @disqQ You have too much blue on the last picture, allowing lots of pink. I know you just played with sliders and it's a quick example, but pink is not red or orange. Maybe people think a pink overlay is "just like f.lux", when it's way off, and I think those people are literally color blind, I really think so.



  • @Tungsten_smooth said:

    @disqQ You have too much blue on the last picture, allowing lots of pink. I know you just played with sliders and it's a quick example, but pink is not red or orange. Maybe people think a pink overlay is "just like f.lux", when it's way off, and I think those people are literally color blind, I really think so.

    hmm, what?!



  • @disqQ It's due to the background being mainly blue, and you added lots of red. It looks great everywhere else but the top of the image is pink, so instead of I think gain, you need to use just Red blue green sliders for brightness in the picture to make blue less powerful when it shows up.



  • @Tungsten_smooth said:

    uch blue on the last picture, allowing lots of pink. I know you just played with sliders and it's a quick example, but pink is not red or orange. Maybe people think a pink overlay is "just like f.lux", when it's way off, and I think those people are literally color blind, I really think so.

    every picture has less blue then the picture on the left.
    that was the main thing i was trying to say.


  • f.lux team

    @lordofweed The goal is to have less blue, not make more red which can appear similar but, means you're still seeing the same amount of alerting light, make sense? https://fluxometer.com/rainbow/ check this out and see how f.lux and different filters change the spectrum.


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