wow, HDR monitors make HDR content look really good, and it also makes it basically impossible to tell what the colors on my art are going to look like on normal monitors

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The other freaky thing about HDR is that UI elements will look perfectly white but then watching an HDR video with superwhite brightness makes them look gray by comparison, and then they remain gray-looking for several minutes afterwards.

Color perception is *weird*

@fluffy this is why when using F.LUX, I switch to an orange+black mouse cursor because it's unaffected by the blue-value, where a standard white cursor ends up swinging between orange and blue, because hardware mouse acceleration doesn't get filtered through color profiles (at least in Windows)

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