Completely disable on second monitor?
I have custom brightness, contrast and gamma settings for my second monitor, using NVIDIA's control panel.
Whenever I use f.lux, those settings get reset.
Is there any way to tell f.lux to completely ignore my second monitor so those settings won't get changed?
I'm using the latest beta.
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Mainly, it is hard for us to work with NVIDIA profiles because they do not write any files to disk that we can read.
If you can use a program instead that produces actual profiles, it might be better. We have heard good things about QuickGamma: https://quickgamma.de/indexen.html
Sadly that program doesn't suit my needs and so does f.lux if it can't completely ignore my second monitor. :(