This is version 2.3.4 of Brightness Controller, ported to Python 3 and PySide 2. It supports an arbitrary number of displays!
Thanks to package maintainer @apandada1, we have PPA repository For Ubuntu and likewise users:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:apandada1/brightness-controller sudo apt update sudo apt install brightness-controller
First, install PySide2.
sudo apt install python3-pyside2.qtcore python3-pyside2.qtgui python3-pyside2.qtwidgets python3-pyside2.qtnetwork
Somtimes it is not enough to install and integrate PySide2, so you might also try installing PySide2 using pip3.
pip3 install PySide2
We prefer using
--userwhile installing PySide2 using pip. Installing it in virtual environment may not work as intended.
Next, download the latest zip file from here.
Extract it and open a terminal. Change directory to the
Brightnessfolder. Next type this command:
Achean also created a detailed tutorial on how to install it in Debian based on his experience. You can find it here.
The following features are implemented:
We are working on the following features and plan to release these through version 3:
Brightness Controller changes Red, Green and Blue color ratios in the screen through color profile at software level using
We work on this in our spare time, so can not really promise when the v3 will be released. The current version available is stable and should work as intended.
There are several requirements:
Please test v2.3. Reporting bugs is appreciated.
We got you covered! Try version 1.2.8/simpler version of Brightness Controller.
To install, simply do this:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:apandada1/brightness-controller sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install brightness-controller-simple
Further details are available here Please note that the simple version may not work properly in newer versions of Linux. Unfortunately we can not provide any more updates to the simple version.