Color correction work with f.lux

  • I just installed f.lux due to eyestrain problems (eyes getting red and itchy after much computer use) but am very concerned that it will interfere with the color correction work I do occasionally. (Among other activities, I teach Photoshop and do photo editing, with an emphasis on color correction).

    For accuracy in color correction, do I need to turn off f.lux when I do color correction work?
    Is there any easy way to keep turning it on and off I go to color correct a photo in Photoshop, return to Word, work on a photo in Photoshop etc. I'm often going back and forth between programs and need color accuracy when in Photoshop.

    Thank you in advance for any replies.

  • Not sure why nobody replied to this. Yes, it will interfere with color correction work. Have Photoshop open, then right click the f.lux tray icon, click Disable > when using Photoshop. The option might be in a different spot in older versions so make sure you're up to date.

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