rfcquartz last edited by
From the last update my monitor starts flickering a lot randomly and especially when it says the time before bedtime. It also doesn´t work in game fullscreen even CTRL Tabbing and getting out and going back in to the game. Is there something it can make it work smooth like before?
jaddis last edited by
I've got the same problem. Dual Displays. Windows 10 Pro. GeForce Game Ready Driver 445.87
dmitray last edited by
In my case the flickering happens at 6 am and 9 pm specifically (The wake up time is set 8 am). Firstly the warmth of the screen is abrubtly replaced by coldness, then after about 4-5 seconds the monitor start to flicker between warm and cold display, as if something restrains f.lux from working correctly, it flickers for a minute and then goes back to normal.
Intel Corporation 184.108.40.20663: Intel(R) HD Graphics 530 (20190925)
NVIDIA 220.127.116.1100: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB (20190724)
Generic PnP Monitor, 521 x 293mm, built 2016
sRGB gamut: 85%, AdobeRGB gamut: 60%
Monitor 1 on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB: VCGT=0 gamma=1
Windows Build: 18362.836
mb1285 last edited by
I figured out how to do this manually within the monitor (I de-installed f.lux), with Custom RGB settings (please see below).
I'm doing ok with two monitors, and these two settings: 2400K and 3400K
For more details, please see my post titled: Flickering screen, again, with the latest version: f.lux (v4.118) . . . (08/04/20 I accidentally put this in the V3 forum)
Research suggests that f.lux must talk directly to display hardware to work – no remote desktops.
I'm curious to see if you get good results also!
2400 K #ff9d3f Standard incandescent lamps . . . HP E272q
3400 K #ffc184 HALOGEN . . . Per f.lux . . . HP 1755 . . . These settings work on the HP 1755, but aren't very orange on the HP E272q