Monitor comes back from standby without f.lux colors [fixed in new beta]
I have it failing now - turns out I had to turn off the login screen on wake, or it would hide the problem.
Good, At first I thought it maybe one of settings, but tried all , on/off with same results.
I login with admin, so i never see that screen (except for sec on boot)
Apparently finding out that a monitor has slept is one of the unsolved problems in Windows. I made a workaround for this case here:
See if it works?
Need more testing, but after reboot it seems so far to work (2 times so far pass).
Yep, it's fixed! In both Tests, all good now.
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I updated to 4.35 and the issue was fixed only if my monitor turns off as a result of power option being triggered (ex: "turn off the display" after 1 minute idle).
If the display turns off when I close and open my laptop lid, the issue remains, exactly like @disqQ 's description on test 1:
On test 1 If I stay in the same window, the color stays as daylight. It is only back to normal (as set by the schedule) after I change to another window. Changing between tabs in a browser does not trigger f.lux to fix the color. The color is fixed at once, not slowly.
I am using Win10 Pro with Intel HD Graphics 4400.
This has started happening to me since a recent Windows 10 update (I think).
When my monitor switches back on after me being idle, f.lux is not working. I have to alt+page up/down to get it to activate again.
I'm using f.lux 4.120.
Can you post f.lux options > driver info?