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Laptop LCD gamma adjustment
« on: April 11, 2018, 03:57:16 PM »
 

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A lack of display adjustment application and dissatisfaction with colour rendition, led me to find a commandline application for gamma adjustment.

xgamma -gamma g.g     where g.g is a value between about 0.2 and 2.0

Individual rgb settings can also be changed:

    -rgamma g.g             Red Gamma Value
    -ggamma g.g            Green Gamma Value
    -bgamma g.g            Blue Gamma Value
1) Lenovo T520 i5 LL3.8 8GB ram, fast & stable
2) Medion P4 32bit LL3.8 1GB ram, quite fast & stable
3) eeePC 901 32bit LL3.8 1GB ram, fast & stable
4) eeePC 701 32bit LL3.8 1GB ram, slower & stable but small and light enough to travel with me to New Zealand when visiting family in Blenheim.
 


Re: Laptop LCD gamma adjustment
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2018, 08:09:48 AM »
 

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@justme2 , thank you for the hint!

I was trying to find a way to adjust the screen brightness also.
I'll give this a try...
 

Re: Laptop LCD gamma adjustment
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2018, 03:22:53 PM »
 

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@justme2 , thank you for the hint!

I was trying to find a way to adjust the screen brightness also.
I'll give this a try...


I'm pleased that I may have been able to help :)
1) Lenovo T520 i5 LL3.8 8GB ram, fast & stable
2) Medion P4 32bit LL3.8 1GB ram, quite fast & stable
3) eeePC 901 32bit LL3.8 1GB ram, fast & stable
4) eeePC 701 32bit LL3.8 1GB ram, slower & stable but small and light enough to travel with me to New Zealand when visiting family in Blenheim.
 


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