Disabling for Disco Elysium also disables for Discord
I recently started playing Disco Elysium, and added it to my disable list in f.lux.
Its name in the list is just "disco", and it turns out having that in the disable list also matches Discord, so f.lux started disabling when using Discord as well.
Took me well over a week to figure out why f.lux would suddenly disable when using discord. It was a very frustrating experience.
Is there any way to alleviate this issue? I'm guessing it stems from some sort of fuzzy matching on the name of the program.
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@bragesb this is no good - we will try to fix.
What is the exact window title? We try to smartly handle "Program - document" and cases like that, so probably one of these rules is triggering when we didn't expect.
@herf In the title bar of the window, it appears as "Disco Elysium", but in the disable menu it appears as just "disco". Likewise, discord includes channel and server name in the title (at least in the task bar), but appears as just "Discord" in the disable menu.
Checking "when using disco" also disables flux when using discord, and the popup reads "f.lux is disabled for Discord".