Flux causes screen temperature to stay even when its disabled/stopped
Flux worked fine about 2-3 months ago.
But lately I've noticed that even when its disabled or stopped completely the colour temperature remains. The only way to fix it that I have found out so far is to restart my PC but that is annoying and I don't want to do that every time I want to get it fixed.
Does anyone know what could it be and how to go about fixing this?
OS: Windows 8.1 64 Bit
Drivers: Latest/Oldest all the same result
Display: Only 1
herf last edited by
Post video driver version if you can.
Does f.lux disable work?
We don't make these bugs - they are 99.9% of the time in the driver.
The thing is that I tried at least 3 different drivers for both the Nvidia and Intel HD and the problem persisted. I was using the same Flux version months ago and it was fine so I can't tell what could suddenly cause this issue.
The drivers right now are:
Nvidia: 384.94 (Latest)
Intel HD: 10.18.10.3308 (Latest) for Intel HD 4600 series on i7-4700HQ
I manage to fix it by changing my ICC profile.
Marcél St last edited by Marcél St
I have the exact same issue running v4.43, Win7 64bit and nVidia Quadro 410 on 126.96.36.19984 drivers.
The computer is locked overnight at work, and the night (or transition, unsure) color sticks when I come in next morning, long after my "earliest wake" time. If I close and start Flux again, the color temperature will properly be set to its day value.