Hi, I've been enjoying f.lux trouble free for a long time, but it is now flickering between off and the evening settings when it should be full on. It only does it for about a minute, but it's very annoying.
When I did the performance test it showed:
Average: 58.9 FPS. Worst=14.7 FPS. Missed 60hz: 2%, Missed 30hz: 0%
Is there some update I need to get it fixed?
Intel Corporation 220.127.116.1164: Intel(R) HD Graphics 620 (20170421)
NVIDIA 18.104.22.16812: NVIDIA GeForce 940MX (20180307)
Generic PnP Monitor, 345 x 194mm, built 2016
sRGB gamut: 86%, AdobeRGB gamut: 60%
Windows Build: 17134
herf last edited by
Are you on the latest build? 4.75/4.76 may fix this.
I have 4.75. How do I get 4.76?
herf last edited by
@herf Thanks. I updated to 4.76, but it is still flickering. =(
doodlemom last edited by
I hope I'm posting correctly. I discovered f.lux quite a while ago and I cannot live without it to reduce eye strain. So thanks! Just thought I'd say I've never had a problem w the software until a few days ago when I decided to take advantage of the Windows 10 multiple desktops feature. If I have more than one desktop open v4.75 f.lux causes flashing during sunset/sunrise times. I have to exit f.lux then restart each time until I remembered the secondary desktop open. Closing it seems to have remedied the problem. Have not installed v4.76 but will do and see if the same thing happens.
TwoCables last edited by
I think it might be Microsoft Night Light. Find that and disable it.
haanuman last edited by
@herf 4.76 solved the issue for me!
@doodlemom how can I check to see if I have more than one desktop open? I don't know about that feature, so I don't think I have more than one open, but I'm still getting flickering. =(
@herf It's very frustrating that it still flickers in the am and pm when it transitions on and off. I have the latest, is there some setting within f.lux or on my Windows 10 laptop that I can adjust? I'd appreciate your input. Thanks!!
I finally figured out what the problem was!!! The Windows 10 blue light filter was also on and must have been competing with f.lux. I turned off the one in Windows and it solved the problem! Yay!!!
TwoCables last edited by TwoCables
Yes, as I said 25 days ago, it's Windows Night Light.