As of 2013-02-08, this project is no longer under active development.
Protect your eyes at night by Friendeye screen filtering system.
Thanks for software and updates.
My first impressions are very negative, but that's because I can't get it to work. Right-click brings up a fairly black screen with options that don't appear to do anything, and left click does nothing - nothing remotely like the three graphics. Is there help in words somewhere? We run here as a Standard (limited) User. The programmers have tried it under that context, can I assume? Any hints?
i like it because 1. It is opensource 2. It is portable as in doesn't need installation 3. It has 3 color tints 4. My eye is happy how 2 use 1. Left click brings the options screen 2. Change z number. The number is a percentage measure of the brightness to be decreased. 100 = no brightness so don't choose that. 3. Black, Sepia, Green is the choice of color tint 4. I have no idea what the sliding scale is for