Monday, January 31, 2011

Redshift on multiple monitors

There are probably better ways to get Redshift to "work" on multiple monitors, but this will do for now:
#!/usr/bin/zsh

for i in {0..3} 
do
   redshift -m vidmode:screen=$i -t 5500:4000 &
done
This is a wonderful piece of software.

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  1. if you use the randr method instead of vidmode that should work on all screens by default. Doesn't work on all setups, though.

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