f.lux not playing nicely with Win10AE's built in Miracasting
benjymous last edited by
I recently discovered Windows 10 Anniversary Edition's built in Miracast mode.
I have two laptops, both running the latest (non-insider) version of Windows 10 x64, and have my old laptop running Win10's "Connect" app which allows it to behave as a Miracast receiver (so I can use the old machine as a second monitor)
When I connect my Main laptop to the slave laptop using Miracast, Flux goes absolutely haywire, and starts flashing the screen temperature and causing the computer to lag terribly, forcing me to disable flux until I no longer need the second screen.
I'm not sure if the same happens connected to any Miracast receiver, as I don't have another receiver to compare.
You can see it happening here: