Intelligent adaptive brightness for your external display
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README.md

Lunar

Intelligent adaptive brightness for your external display

Demo

Installation

Features

  • Sync-based Adaptive Brightness (and contrast) based on the built-in light sensor of the Macbook or iMac
  • Location-based Adaptive Brightness (and contrast) based on the sunrise/sunset times in your location
  • App Exception list if you need more brightness for specific activities (watching movies, design work)
  • individual settings per display
  • Manual controls hotkeys for setting brightness and contrast that respect the min/max values per monitor:
    • CTRL+CMD+0 to set brightness/contrast to minimum
    • CTRL+CMD+1 for 25% of the range between min and max
    • CTRL+CMD+2 for 50% of the range between min and max
    • CTRL+CMD+3 for 75% of the range between min and max
    • CTRL+CMD+4 to set brightness/contrast to maximum
    • CTRL+F1 to decrease brightness
    • CTRL+F2 to increase brightness
    • CTRL+SHIFT+F1 to decrease contrast
    • CTRL+SHIFT+F2 to increase contrast

It doesn't interfere at all with the native adaptive brightness that macOS implements for the built-in display.