I can't understand what the graph is showing when I change the Eearliest Wake Time



    1. Without the "earliest wake up time" there is no problem understanding the graph (I think) - there are the sunset and sunrise, but when I start to move the wake up time around I'm at a complete loss in what the graph is showing - is there Help page for explaining this?

    2. I should not read forums for understanding the UX - to my utter surprise the "wake up time" went away when I chose "different colors". Come on - please add some explanations in the UX - if I feel like I'm taken care of and understand the UX, only then I feel the need donate - if I'm put at a complete loss and need to waste my time in google and forums, there is no way I want to support you guys even though I use the app daily and am grateful for it.


  • f.lux team

    @peeteru yes we should make a post about this.

    1. The main graph there is a representation of your daily sensitivity to light. Light in the morning makes your clock earlier, and light at night makes it later.

    2. The "classic f.lux" preset is too obscure, I agree, it tries to revert the UI back to the way it was in 2013 (and then you have to turn it off via a menu). We probably rushed this during the upgrade, and it could explain what it's doing a bit better.



  • @herf said in I can't understand what the graph is showing when I change the Eearliest Wake Time:

    @peeteru yes we should make a post about this.

    1. The main graph there is a representation of your daily sensitivity to light. Light in the morning makes your clock earlier, and light at night makes it later.

    2. The "classic f.lux" preset is too obscure, I agree, it tries to revert the UI back to the way it was in 2013 (and then you have to turn it off via a menu). We probably rushed this during the upgrade, and it could explain what it's doing a bit better.

    Hi buddy, does this do happens, because during sunrise I never face such things as of now!

    Regards,
    G.Smith