SYNOPSISredshift -l LAT:LON -t DAY:NIGHT [OPTIONS...]
DESCRIPTIONRedshift adjusts the color temperature of your screen according to your surroundings. This may help your eyes hurt less if you are working in front of the screen at night.
- Display this help message
- Verbose output
- Show program version
- -b N
- Screen brightness to apply (max is 1.0)
- -c FILE
- Load settings from specified configuration file
- -g R:G:B
- Additional gamma correction to apply
- -l LAT:LON
- Your current location
- -l PROVIDER
- Select provider for automatic location updates (Type `list' to see available providers)
- -m METHOD
- Method to use to set color temperature (Type `list' to see available methods)
- One shot mode (do not continuously adjust color temperature)
- -O TEMP
- One shot manual mode (set color temperature)
- Reset mode (remove adjustment from screen)
- Disable temperature transitions
- -t DAY:NIGHT
- Color temperature to set at daytime/night
The neutral temperature is 6500K. Using this value will not change the color temperature of the display. Setting the color temperature to a value higher than this results in more blue light, and setting a lower value will result in more red light.
- Daytime temperature: 5500K Night temperature: 3700K
Please report bugs to <https://bugs.launchpad.net/redshift>
AUTHORredshift was written by Martin Koelewijn and Jon Lund Steffensen.
This manual page was created by Franziska Lichtblau <[email protected]> for the Debian project (and may be used by others).