At night, I would occasionally prefer to temporarily revert to the 'daytime' color temperature and use f.lux' 'disable for an hour' function, when playing video games, watching videos or viewing images that I don't want to use the 'night-time' color temperature setting on.
destroys my eyes reverts to the 6500K setting (default setting without f.lux), and not the 'daytime' color temperature setting I chose, when I use the 'disable for an hour' feature. I already got used to and prefer the 'daytime' setting that I set f.lux to, which is currently 6000K (and I'm trying to set it warmer as I adjust).
I would like to set it (or use another automatic color temperature changing-software) that can temporarily revert to my defined 'daytime' color temperature at night, and not revert to the 6500K default color temperature.
Are there a workarounds to set f.lux to do this, or another color temperature-changing program that can do as I described? How do I configure it?
My OS is Windows 7.