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59.79 is really 60. Sometimes refresh rates are off of 60 by a tiny bit, but it shouldn't matter. Any visual fatigue you're experiencing could be fixed by using a different desktop environment, such as GNOME, MATE, KDE, or LXDE. You could also try using a background with slightly dimmer colors. However, I feel that eye fatigue is somewhat subjective. If you ...


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For Chrome try these steps: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2693767?hl=en In my case my chrome was set to "Do not allow sites to access your camera and microphone" in the Settings>Show Advanced Settings>Content Settings>Privacy>Media, so I just changed to "Ask when a site requires access to your camera and microphone" and it worked.


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You cannot do any real calibration without extra hardware. Bare minimum is a colorimeter but you really want spectrometer. Unfortunately, spectrometers come with high costs (second hand devices cost at least $150) and colorimeters not really suitable for LED backlighting which majority of the LCD displays are using nowadays. The ColorHug2 is claiming to be ...


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Compiz window placement plugin can be used to fix initial position for all windows. Install Compiz settings manager sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager Open it from dash or using ccsm command Go to Window Management → Enable Place Windows then click on it to change its settings On General tab, change Multi Output Mode: Place across ...



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