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How to make gamma settings on deepin permanent?
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fabrici0
deepin
2016-12-08 06:28
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I tryed to change the gamma settings using xgamma -gamma 0.7, it worked but after every reboot setting revert to their original values (1.0). So how to make gamma settings on deepin permanent?. My eyes will be in debt with you guys
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fabrici0
deepin
2016-12-08 16:20
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Well I've tried a lot of workarounds I found with no results. How come something so simple is not possible in deepin. I'm seriously thinking to move back to Windows
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w_w
deepin
2016-12-09 10:52
#2
Hi fabrici0, your problem is about executing a command at startup, try add
  1. xgamma -gamma 0.7
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to the end of ~/.profile which is executed every time you log in.
And, it's normal to feel uneasy when you move to an unfamiliar system, don't give up easily!
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fabrici0
deepin
2016-12-11 05:08
#3
Thanks w_w I found a better solution: Linux Mint. I'm very happy with
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yusren
deepin
2018-10-15 04:15
#4
So, In my thought: DeepinOS does not reduce screen light intensity, but do tricks with dark layers in front of the screen.
My eyes still feel sore even when the screen is in a "low light" position. Some say this is probably due to lack of driver support for screen backlight. But come on guys!  the age of my laptop has been 5 years! in other distributions this light control works well. Thanks.
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