Protect your eyes at night by Friendeye screen filtering system.
Thanks for software and updates.
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
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?