I've been using f.lux for maybe... a year or so now, and it has helped me SOO much when it comes to sleep. But I recently got 2 monitors, and I've noticed that it doesn't work on the second, and the second, being my main viewing monitor is quite important. I have had lots of trouble sleeping recently, and it's getting worse.. any tips?
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How is your second monitor connected to your computer?
My second monitor is connected to my PC through a HDMI cable. It's the only option I have.
both my monitors are connected through my GPU and work fine, maybe try reinstalling just in case
I just installed f.lux after a plug from a college and I have the same issue as @Vallith on my second and third monitor. Both connected via DisplayLink USB adapter, M01061.
Is there anything I can do to apply the awesomeness of f.lux to my second and third monitor?
Seems like there's lack of color calibration support on these DisplayLink devices. However, things sees to change. According to this post, DisplayLink will very soon support color calibration on their USB adapters.
I have the same problem, Im running flux on my notebook + I have 3 external DELL monitors connected using DELL D3100 docking station which is connected to my notebook by USB 3.0 . My problem is flux is flashing on all 4 screens very fast and I have to turn it off completely. Is there a way to have it running only for my #1 screen, in this case my notebook screen at least?? It would be very helpful cause my eyes are on fire in the night since I ve been using flux for about a year from now and I started to use 3 externals just recently. If my notebook could run flux and externals not it would help me a lot. Thanks