Any way to make f.lux work during Windows' log on screen ?
Spede Pasanen last edited by
Currently, during a boot sequence, f.lux only starts to function after one has logged on and the desktop starts showing.
Which means that during the log on step, where one has to enter his password, f.lux is not loaded and the screen is at full brightness. It is quite uncomfortable to say the least.
Thus I wonder if there's any way to load f.lux earlier, so that one doesn't have to be blinded by the screen ?
I'm sure the current state of affairs is due to how Windows works. But I wonder if you could somehow bypass it.