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Inspired by Redshift, Blueshift adjusts the colour temperature of your monitor according to brightness outside to reduce eye strain and make it easier to fall asleep when going to bed. It can also be used to increase the colour temperature and make the monitor bluer, this helps you focus on your work.Blueshift is not user friendly and it is not mea... read more
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Redshift

Redshift adjusts the color temperature according to the position of the sun. A different color temperature is set during night...

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LightBulb

LightBulb is an application that reduces eye strain produced by staring at a computer screen when working late hours. As...

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f.lux

Ever notice how people texting at night have that eerie blue glow?Or wake up ready to write down the Next...

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Desktop Dimmer

Enables darker-than-dark Desktop dimming for your displays.- Small resource footprint, minimal User Interface.– Settings are persisted and restored per-Display without...

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Gammy

Adjust brightness and temperature automatically or manually.

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FireLux

This add-on allows to apply a filter in the web pages in order to attenuate the blue light. You can...

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Eye Saver

Free software for eye protection and more! It protects your eyes while you are working on computer.Eye Saver has three...

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CareUEyes

CareUEyes is an eye care software for windows that comes with blue light filter, screen dimmer, and break reminder

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Brisync

Synchronize your external monitor brightness with built-in display.Application reads current brightness of your built-in display and passes it to external...

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Breaks For Eyes

Ever had a headache, dry or red eyes, fatigue or neck pain at the end of the day? This app...

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Blueshift About

Inspired by Redshift, Blueshift adjusts the colour temperature of your monitor according to brightness outside to reduce eye strain and make it easier to fall asleep when going to bed. It can also be used to increase the colour temperature and make the monitor bluer, this helps you focus on your work.

Blueshift is not user friendly and it is not meant to be, although its user friendlyness is increasing. Blueshift does offer limited use of command line options to apply settings, but it is really meant for you to have configuration files (written in Python 3) where all the policies are implemented, Blueshift is only meant to provide the mechanism for modifying the colour curves. More Info »

Blueshift provides no safe guards from making your screen unreadable (this feature [the lack of a feature] is used in the sleepmode example) or otherwise miscoloured; and Blueshift will never, officially, be tested on any proprietary operating system. It may however add theoretical support and be tested on Free Software clones (for example ReactOS). Blueshift is fully extensible so it is possible to make extensions that make it usable under unsupported systems, the base code is written in Python 3 without calls to any system dependent functions (with exception for fallbacks.) This is not necessarily true for configuration script examples and optional features.

If Blueshift does not work for you for any of these reasons, you should take a look at Redshift. The main reason for using Blueshift over Redshift is to add adjustments that they implemented in Redshift or using very customised behaviour, such as the example configurations scripts sleepmode, xmobar and xmonad.

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