On Sun, Jan 1, 2012 at 3:20 PM, Brian David <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone, and happy New Year!
> I'm wondering if any of you can help me with a problem. *I'm having a
> difficult time getting my gamma settings to stick. *I'm using the ATI
> Catalyst Control Center to set the gamma level to .63. *However, the
> gamma reverts to 1.0 on each new session. *The frustrating part is
> that, if I check the gamma levels (by running 'xgamma' in the
> terminal, for instance, or just re-opening Catalyst), the output tells
> me that the gamma is .63. *The display is clearly not using this gamma
> setting, though, and to get it to use the levels I want, I need to
> re-adjust the settings (in either Catalyst or using xgamma), at which
> point it works. *I have a feeling this has something to do with my
> display color profiles, but I'm what I'd need to change to fix this.
For anyone who might be interested, I found a solution to my problem.
I added this line to ~/.profile:
(sleep 5; xgamma -gamma .7) &
Whatever it is that is resetting the gamma is getting executed after
~/.profile is run, so this is why the sleep command is used. Works on
my machine, and now I don't have to reset gamma every time I log in.
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