Artificial sunset times
JenS10 last edited by
At my latitude, after daylights savings time, the sun is setting around 4pm in the winter, with dark sunset lighting around 3pm. It's depressing. I purposely use a full spectrum lamp from 3-8:30pm in order to simulate a sunset time closer to the early summer around here. It's a big help.
Is there an option to manually set the "sunset" time in flux to match this? Maybe a way to tell flux to act like it's always summer?
It's kinda weird that often the way I realize it's time to turn on my full-spectrum lamp is when I notice flux dimming my computer. I get the idea behind trying not to mess with my natural circadian rhythms, that's the whole reason I downloaded flux, but sometimes a natural healthy rhythm is specifically not matching conditions outdoors and that's what's negatively impacting my circadian clock, not the computer screen.