How to get to 800K on a mac?



  • I have seen posts saying that it is possible to get under 1200K, the lowest setting on the f.lux sliding bar, by pressing alt+shift+page up/page down. However, Macs do not have the page up/page down key, and when I tried using the alternative on a mac for that key (fn+up arrow/down arrow), that did not seem to work. Does anyone know how to get down to 800K on a mac?



  • @fluxzeta said in How to get to 800K on a mac?:

    I have seen posts saying that it is possible to get under 1200K, the lowest setting on the f.lux sliding bar, by pressing alt+shift+page up/page down. However, Macs do not have the page up/page down key, and when I tried using the alternative on a mac for that key (fn+up arrow/down arrow), that did not seem to work. Does anyone know how to get down to 800K on a mac?
    It would probably be correct to assume that the Macintosh SE is not of the FDHD kind, since your question merely refers to 800K floppies.

    Unfortunately, it is absolutely necessary to create 800K floppy disks on another older Macintosh computer with a (built-in) floppy drive for 800K (and 1.44 MB) disks. This means a pre-1998 computer.
    good luck



  • @ibrahimoviczlatan205 said in How to get to 800K on a mac?:

    @fluxzeta said in How to get to 800K on a mac?:

    I have seen posts saying that it is possible to get under 1200K, the lowest setting on the f.lux sliding bar, by pressing alt+shift+page up/page down. However, Macs do not have the page up/page down key, and when I tried using the alternative on a mac for that key (fn+up arrow/down arrow), that did not seem to work. Does anyone know how to get down to 800K on a mac?
    It would probably be correct to assume that the Macintosh SE is not of the FDHD kind, since your question merely refers to 800K floppies.

    Unfortunately, it is absolutely necessary to create 800K floppy disks on another older Macintosh computer with a (built-in) floppy drive for 800K (and 1.44 MB) disks. This means a pre-1998 computer.
    good luck

    They are talking about color temperature. 800 Kelvin.