Articles Tagged redshift

How to Enable Night Light on Ubuntu 17.10

We show you how to enable Night Light on Ubuntu 17.10, a handy blue-light filter feature that can help improve your sleep patterns and reduce eye strain.

19 October 2017
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How to Adjust the Color Temperature of GNOME Night Light

We show you how to adjust color temperature of the GNOME Night Light feature on Ubuntu so that you can set a hue and intensity that suits your tastes.

17 July 2017
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GNOME’s New Night Light Feature Aims to Help You Sleep Better

We take a look at GNOME Night Light, a blue light filter that is included in the GNOME 3.24 desktop and adjusts the color temperature of the display.

28 February 2017
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F.Lux ‘Natural Lighting’ for Ubuntu gets an Indicator Applet

We’re all acutely aware that spending long periods of time in front of blazingly bright computer screens isn’t entirely fantastic news for our eyes – or our sleep patterns. Nevertheless we stare away anyway unaware that there […]

26 July 2010
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Redshift 1.4 released with auto-location detection and application indicator

Redshift – the natural-screen colour application that promises to help alleviate eye strain and help sleep patterns – has added some new features in its latest update. Among the new features and fixes: Automatically obtains […]

14 June 2010
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RedShift Mono Tray Style Icons for Ubuntu

RedShift may be saving your eyes and syncing your sleep patterns, but it sure as heck isn’t making your Ubuntu desktop look all pretty and integrated with its colourful giant tray icon. Step forward community designer norms, who has created an […]

2 June 2010

Alleviate tired eyes in Ubuntu with Redshift

If you’re anything like me you probably spend far too much time in front of your computer screen(s). We’re all acutely aware that this isn’t entirely fantastic news for our eyes or our sleep patterns but we […]

20 May 2010