I try to setup `night light mode` in order to filter blue color on my but, xrandr --gamma does nothing on X but seems to alter color on ttyC*. At least, xgamma(1) does work if I launch a Xephyr window. I don't know where to dig now, if it's driver dependant and if it supposed to work with my Intel HD Graphics 520.

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@oa I use sct for setting the temperature.

Since it's a very simple tool, it cannot alter the temperature depending on the time of day.

@_xhr_ That do the trick ! Thanks !

The code is actually very simple and seems to do what I thought I could do with a simple `xrandr --output $disp --gamma 1.0:1.0:0.7` for example.

I didn't think I would have to use an external tool.

@oa there's a thing called redshift that sounds like what you need

>Redshift adjusts the color temperature of your screen according to your surroundings

@vaartis @oa There is another thing called sct that is much more minimal :D

you can "pkg_add sct"

@qbit @vaartis Thanks to @_xhr_ who made the same suggestion, I've found this post from Ted Unangst which explain why this tool exists:

@oa @vaartis @_xhr_ rad :D - I wrote the initial version of the sctd script that's included :D

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