How the fuck can I get rid of the blue light on my monitor in ArBernd 2022-07-22 10:35:59 ⋅ 2mn No. 201390
I have spent like 45 minutes reading the Arch wiki without any luck & I am hella mad rn, my Bernd. On Windows, I did it with ease throughout Intel panel... less than 5 o 6 clicks, but I could not find any option in that regard; I couldn't find any option about it in Arch/Plasma. Any Bernd with knowledge in this matter could help me? Blue color in a monitor is the damn worst... It blows your mind and soul like a gorgeous hooker hooked in crack. Fuck colour blue in particular. My glasses have a gay ass anti-reflective blue filter and I have both monitors with that "Chaud" filter —C'est exact, enfoiré ; ce putain de français est ma deuxième langue et la langue des pirates crasseux est ma troisième. Gloire à la République de Sonora. I have been looking for an answer in Español, Français & English, but I haven't found shit. I have blue fucking around, and I am not a fan of it, I fucking hate blue. That "nocture night" filter does not get rid of it at all, it just makes everything red but goddamn blue stills there. Any suggestion besides committing suicide or going back to Windows 11? In case you want to know why I do avoid blue at all cost and why you should too: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6288536/#:~:text=Effects%20of%20Blue%20Light%20on%20Retina,and%20cause%20retinal%20photochemical%20damage.
Bernd 2022-07-22 19:55:56 ⋅ 2mn No. 201577
i used redshift once
Bernd 2022-07-22 19:57:27 ⋅ 2mn No. 201578
Bernd 2022-07-22 19:59:12 ⋅ 2mn No. 201579
Bernd 2022-07-22 20:00:30 ⋅ 2mn No. 201580
Bernd 2022-07-22 20:09:02 ⋅ 2mn No. 201581
>>201390 wear actual fucking yellow glasses fucking softwarefags, always ignoring hardware solutions
Bernd 2022-07-22 22:02:40 ⋅ 2mn No. 201617
>>201580 Red filter ≠ no blue light. What I need to do is to put blue value to 0 not to increase red light. Something like this but in Arch/Plasma >>201581 Damn bro you are right but, I suffer from astigmatism and myopia; 4 in each eye. A 4th pair of glasses with the prescription, anti-reflective and amber filter will be expensive. I have one pair with blue filter but since I'm an idiot it doesn't have anti-reflective, a second pair with anti-reflective that I use for when I'm being an idiot on a screen and a third pair that are also polarized. I think I will have to prepare my wallet but surely there is a software solution. I was checking the calibration settings of the monitor over Plasma but it has no values to modify.... I don't know which .cfg I will have to modify to remove the damn blue color.
Bernd 2022-07-22 22:09:54 ⋅ 2mn No. 201618
>>201580 btw, plasma has an option to add a red filter but is not like to get rid of the blue light, which I am looking for. I do not want any blue light at all, fuck bleu
Bernd 2022-07-22 23:10:00 ⋅ 2mn No. 201651
>>201618 for gnome i;ve seen extension that makes it colourless in black-white screen
Bernd 2022-07-23 09:13:11 ⋅ 2mn No. 201770
>>201617 you can probably buy protective glasses that go over your regular ones. It's suboptimal but I've done so in chem lab before.
Bernd 2022-07-24 01:19:27 ⋅ 2mn No. 201981
>>201390 Howdy Bernds, Sonoran Russell Crowe here. I was reading my monitor's manual and I found this DisplayPort's function called: "Display Data Channel (DDC) / Command Interface (CI)" which allows me to remove the fucking damn blue light from my monitor THROUGOUT HARDWARE, THAT IS RIGHT BERND, HARDWARE SOLUTION WHICH DOES NOT ENVOLVE GETTING A NEW PAIR OF GLASSES. It looks like both of my cheap ass DELL E2220H does support it, so I checked Dell's support website and they do have a software to use said function but for Windows, so I did search about it at Arch's wiki and we have a binary for that and also it is... Qt based, that is right, no GTK bullshit but Qt. Thanks for nothing useles Bernds. I hope any mofo reading this with a DisplayPort monitor finds this useful... Because blue fucking light is the damn worst ever. Blue light makes you more stupid, blind and autistic. ArchLinux has a package to use said function called: "ddcutil" and its website is: http://www.ddcutil.com/ which is avaiable on other distros, like Fedora or any other RPM based too —give it a try if you use DisplayPort, ukrabernd. What it is that? you may ask: "DDC essentially allows the monitor to inform the computer about it’s supported display modes. But even more important, a display data channel allows the user to oversee and change monitor features such as the brightness, contrast and color palette directly from their computer" [Source: https://appuals.com/what-is-ddc-ci-and-how-to-use-it/] I am a man of commitment: I will read, study and research until I reach a damn solution that fulfill my necesities. Man up, Bernd. Be like me and stop being a sassy weak ass dude. Man the fuck up dude, I do not even know you and the fact that you may be reading me right now makes me SICK.