Night light sunset to sunrise setting with issues
I like the night light feature, as I feel it improves my sleep quality. Lately, however, when using the "Sunrise to sunset" option, even after sunset the monitor's color temperature remains unchanged. For now I have switched to a manual schedule, but I noticed that there is very little feedback when it comes to knowing the current state of night light, and the sunrise and sunset times, how they were obtained, and what is the curve to change the current temperature. Is it linear? Is it smoothed somehow?
How would you like it to work
I would like to have a bit more of information when selecting the "sunrise to sunset" option. The minimum would be knowing at what time the next sunset and next sunrise will be. Also having some sort of indication of the current state would be nice. I believe a second slider on the color temperature scale that shows the current state would suffice.
As a wilder suggestion, if you would like to spice it up, you could have an advanced mode with more options, such as choosing the shape of the curve of change of temperature or the duration of the change, and maybe a graphic to show the current state of the system. In this graphic it would make sense to label and display times for the sunset and sunrise.
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I'm using RPM Fusion and the proprietary Nvidia driver. I am using X.Org, as those drivers are currently incompatible with Wayland.
Thank you a lot for the work you've put in! GNOME 40 is coming along quite nicely.