QuickGamma doesn't go low enough

  • Hi,
    I just bought second monitor, it is considerably brighter than my old one, on my old one I just use monitor settings to lower brightness and then QG and it is OK, on new one I also need to lower brightness in nVIDIA control panel to make it OK for the eyes, but f.lux ignores those nVIDIA settings and QuickGamma minimal settings aren't good enough.
    Enabling f.lux makes brightness unbearable and colors washed out, without contrast...

    Is there an alternative for QuickGamma?

  • now when I look at it I have this feeling that lowering gamma to minimum with QuickGamma makes colors washed out, but dark, but when I enable f.lux color are washed out but brightness goes way up

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