I searched for a question along these lines and didn't find anything: When my screen is on evening mode, there's an area on my screen that stays brighter white. It's a straight up-and-down stripe area on my screen, a couple inches in from the left side of the screen; colors and images display fine in that area, they are just whiter than the rest of the screen. When I turn f.lux off I can't see a difference between this part of the display and others. What might be causing this?
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@eccentric-hat this happens in windows as well regarding the taskbar brightness (mine is set to left edge) when using the vignette mode. The taskbar will be brighter.
When I move the taskbar to any other side of the screen or just hide it, that area remains brighter. Try changing your resolution lower and then back to what you use.
In case anybody finds this post: this turned out to be an early sign of a problem with my graphics card. That eventually stopped working completely and I had it replaced; the f.lux issue hasn't returned.