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    There's another check for the firmware version
     
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    Found out what was causing those graphical glitches and crashes while using the app: my sys-clk configuration, underclocking everything to the minimum. Everything's working now
     
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    I've noticed that with Fizeau, the console can't dim the screen when it's not used
    Sometimes I do let my console on my 2nd screen, paused, cuz I do something else on my PC but I do like the fact that the screen gets darker when I don't use it (I think it's because of the option that prevents screen burning), but when Fizeau is on it's always bright. When I use the controller again, there's a moment when Fizeau gets off then back on right after (I believe it's the moment when the console should get out of « sleep » (not really sleep mode since the screen is only darker but you get the point)

    So the question is, do you think it's possible to automatically disable Fizeau after 5 minutes without using the console so the « anti screen burning » option can work, and enable it when we press a key or something ? For short, would it be possible to not prevent the anti screen burning option from working ?

    edit : I think it already works properly on handheld ? I'll test more, but docked with my desktop screen it does not
     
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    Works in handheld mode on my machine indeed.
    I can either disable Fizeau or do the dimming myself. What do you think would be the better option?
     
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    Whatever is easier for you I guess. If you can do the dimming yourself, I think it would be better, but I believe you'll have to make it desktop only so we're sure that it doesn't make the screen too dark in handheld and I don't think you would have to do that if you just go with disabling Fizeau. I really don't know anything about programming but I'm just worried about being able to wake up Fizeau via just pressing a button or touching the screen just like we wake up the console
     
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    If you will ask me, I guess dimming by yourself will be the better option. Thanks! :)
     
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    Got started on this, it's gonna need a bit of reversing though and I don't have much free time on my hands right now
     
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    Actually just can't wait, thanks. :)
     
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    Released v2.1.0: https://github.com/averne/Fizeau/releases/latest
    • Added optional chainloader to autostart the filter. If you'd like to have it, install the Fizeau-chl.zip instead. Don't forget to remove /atmosphere/contents/0100000000000F12/flags/boot2.flag if present!
    • Added dimming with a configurable timeout (9.0.0+)
    • Added an option to enable blue (> 6500K) temperatures
     
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    I looked into the difference between the versions where it stopped working on SXOS (1.3.1 and 1.4.0 https://github.com/averne/Fizeau/compare/v1.3.1...v1.4.0) and noticed that was when ams::CheckApiVersion(); was added. I have a strong suspicion that the more recent versions might work on SXOS again if only that was omitted.

    I'd try to do a test build myself but I have an old 32-bit desktop and can't even get the devkit to install. But if someone could do a test build of a recent version without that check, I would be more than happy to test it on my SXOS Switch. Thank you so much for all your work!
     
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    Thanks!
    If I set dimming timeout to 00:00, it's constantly dimming all the time. A wish — if it's set to 00:00, can I disable dimming at all?..
     
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    Sure.
    The CI builds are broken right now because I depend on libnx master, so I attached the binaries.
     

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    This is awesome, I just wanted to say thank you and tres bien!

    This is pretty much the only reason I want to mod my Switch for. Alas, my current version apparently cannot be modded... So I gotta wait.

    Thank you dear!
     
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