[LXQT] ISO rebuild (18.0.2)

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#23

I honestly don’t understand the need to support most of the DEs, for example after LXQt’s release, would users still stay with LXDe? Anyway, believe it or not… I have been using a “YELLOWish” Manjaro since my first day in Linux, is there any way I can turn my laptop’s screen color back to normal? Everything in my monitor is yellowish! However I don’t think my screenshots will help as it’s only affecting my monitor.


#24

The difference between LXDE and LXQT is like XFCE and KDE.

You cannot compare them.

When the profile has been made - very little is needed, except for the occational rebuild of the installation ISOs.

I have good computers, good internet and a lot of time. So rebuilding the ISOs now and then is no problem.

If you are using a workstation class computer - and a VGA connection - check the pins in your cable.

Are you running a redshift application - have you used any application to change the RGB compositing?


#25

It’s a Compaq CQ40 and no the screen has been this way since I tookover from my sister about a month ago, I tried to look for a brightness controller software and also gamma controller. For example when lower down the brightness using the stock LXQT brightness, the screen automatically adjusting back to white color. I would have to adjust to about the location of 10’ oclock to get back the white color.


#26

uninstall redshift.if you want white.


#27

No it’s not redshift, it’s something to do with gamma and brightness.


#28

Here is an example, I am comparing my screen with my spare phone. Notice the difference?


#29

Now you know why you was allowed takeover :smile:


https://www.google.dk/search?q=compaq+cq40+screen+replacement


closed #30