Classic version of f.lux?



  • I like for the f.lux settings to follow a certain pattern which involves going below 1900K at times. In the old version, I used to be able to achieve that pattern by seting where I lived (e.g. moving "position" east/west and north/south until the sun followed the pattern I needed).

    In the current version, the number of hours that f.lux can go below 1900K is (more or less) fixed. Furthermore, the EULA forbids us from downloading an older version to replace this "updated" version, except from your website. How can I get permission to install the older version of f.lux on my computer?
    Thanks in advance.



  • @aleks Why yes, just set the preset from "Recommended colors" to the "classic f.lux" setting. All better!



  • @Tungsten_smooth I mean, not the classic color temperature scheme, but the classic feature of choosing your screen color based solely on sunrise / sunset times.



  • @aleks said:

    @Tungsten_smooth I mean, not the classic color temperature scheme, but the classic feature of choosing your screen color based solely on sunrise / sunset times.

    @lorna Is this an option on Mac?



  • @Tungsten_smooth said:

    @Tungsten_smooth I mean, not the classic color temperature scheme, but the classic feature of choosing your screen color based solely on sunrise / sunset times.

    Not as far as I know. I know the PC's base their color temperature solely on sunrise / sunset; and from reading version history, it looks like that was the case on Macs as well, until recently.


  • f.lux team

    You probably want the "expanded daytime settings" (Options)
    This will let all the sliders go to 1900k.



  • I tried that. But I need it to go below 1900K.


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