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About hdd113

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    South Korea
  • Interests
    Design; Laptop;
  • Occupation
    Freelance Web Designer/Frontend Developer, Freelance Translator
  1. hdd113

    Any desktop monitors with adaptive brightness?

    It's Dell U2718Q connected through DP. Night light works, but the brightness works only on the laptop display.
  2. hdd113

    Any desktop monitors with adaptive brightness?

    Thanks guys for the reply. I'm already using it, but it's still not dark enough in my situation... therefore I'm looking for a way to actually turn down the backlight Dell has a display manager which lets you quickly adjust the brightness and contrast with a slider on Windows, but I was just wondering if there was a more polished solution. I also use a Spyder calibrator with room light adjustment. It's just a display profile though and doesn't actually turn down the backlight, so it doesn't seem to help a lot in my situation. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work (the brightness) on desktop monitors; at least not on mine...
  3. I often work quite late into the night. In my best effort to keep my biorhythm, I usually turn off the other lights in my room and only keep the display and the desk lamp, which is turned down to minimum brightness. The problem is that my monitor still feels too bright at times, and I wish I could turn it down just a little more. I know I could just do it manually, but I wish there was a way to automate this. Are there any manufacturers that make monitors that have a brightness sensor, or work with Windows adaptive brightness feature?
  4. hdd113

    Show off your old and retro computer parts

    Hah, you've gotta try harder than that to damage the Model M
  5. hdd113

    What do you guys do for a living?

    If you speak s**t about me one more time, I WILL TELL YOU WHAT I DO FOR A LIVING!!!
  6. I can only hope they have the "courage" to remove the notch.
  7. hdd113

    Show off your old and retro computer parts

    Two of my more precious collections. IBM Model M Spacesaver and IBM Thinkpad 701C
  8. Interesting post, but honestly, you are not exactly my favorite type of person.
  9. hdd113

    What do you guys do for a living?

    Freelance web designer/web frontend developer/translator: basically anything my clients want me to do.
  10. hdd113

    Hi, guys. New face here.

    Taking a look at the settings and such. I'm more of a laptop guy, so not much to put on the signature though.
  11. hdd113

    Hi, guys. New face here.

    I made an account a while ago, already, but I never really did a lot in this forum Thought I'd try putting more things here, and thought I'd start by saying hello to the guys here. I'm living in South Korea. If you have anything you want to know, feel free to ask.