F.lux for Mac Adds Yosemite Support


F.lux Adds Yosemite Support

Anyone who has done a cleanse like Charlotte Clews’s seasonal cleanse has learned about dina charya, the Ayurvedic daily rhythm. The trouble is that today’s computers can interfere with our sleep cycle. Charlotte is a big fan of F.lux, which dims your Mac screen at sunset and at bedtime in case you have to be up working, so that you aren’t kept awake by the stimulation. Now there is a beta version integrated with Yosemite (Mac OX 10.10).

Mac: F.lux, the app that automatically dims your screen at night, has released a beta version that includes OS X Yosemite support. This includes a few new integrations with Yosemites Dark Mode.

With F.lux, you can now turn on Dark Mode automatically at sunset. It also comes packed with a new Dark Mode icon so it doesnt look to bad up in your menubar. If youre a fan of Yosemites Dark Mode, the new integration with F.lux is pretty handy.

via F.lux for Mac Adds Yosemite Support.

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About Richard Hudak

I am Senior Adjunct Faculty in Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and I have been a practitioner of Anusara™ yoga. I have completed 200 hours of teacher training within its diaspora community, consistent with its philosophy and alignment principles.
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2 Responses to F.lux for Mac Adds Yosemite Support

  1. Andrew Furst says:

    I’ve been using F.lux for about three weeks. It has improved my sleep hygiene. I highly recommend it and I’m glad they’ve included Yosemite support.

  2. Pingback: Apple Approves ‘FlexBright’ iOS App That Adjusts Display Temperature [Update: Pulled] – Mac Rumors | The Considered Kula

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