Adaptive screen brightness/temperature for Windows and Linux
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is a GUI tool for adjusting pixel brightness/temperature automatically or manually.
It can dim the screen if its content is too bright, or brighten it otherwise. This can help your eyes adjust when switching between dark and light windows, especially at night or in suboptimal lighting conditions.
Screenshots available on its website.
The latest Windows release can be found here. Unpack and run it, no installation required.
g++ compiler with C++17 support
On Debian-based distros:
sudo apt install git build-essential libgl1-mesa-dev qt5-default libxxf86vm-dev
Additionally, the "qt5ct" plugin is recommended if you are running a DE/WM without Qt integration (e.g. GNOME):
sudo apt install qt5ct
git clone https://github.com/Fushko/gammy.git cd gammy qmake Gammy.pro make ./gammy
NOTE: If make fails with
PlaceholderText is not a member of QPaletteerrors in uimainwindow.h, your Qt version is older than 5.12. Updating Qt is recommended, but as a workaround you can delete the offending lines in uimainwindow.h, then run make again.
Gammy starts minimized in the system tray (or maximized if the tray is absent). Click on the icon to open the settings window.
If you are experiencing an "Invalid gamma ramp size" fatal error, refer to this post.
Copyright (C) Francesco Fusco.