Discussion in 'Customization' started by bensge, Oct 24, 2016.
Works great with my LG 34UM88-P! Thank you so much!
Doesn't work with my Samsung S34E790C ...
Edit : No DDC/CI with this monitor ..
This works exactly as described with my LG 27UD68-W, thank you very much for your efforts. I love how it works like it's native!
If you ever feel like implementing monitor volume control in a similar manner, that would be awesome. I've been using this menulet to control brightness/volume, and it works like it should - but the keyboard shortcuts don't seem to work for me, and it doesn't use the native UI/HUD:
Just a quick update on this project:
I'm planning on some new features for multi-monitor support. Addressing problems with multiple monitors with different brightness levels is not as easy as I'd hoped for and might take some time till it's done.
I've done some research on the keyboard shortcut situation too. It's kind of complicated, long story short: It wouldn't be very easy to catch the normal brightness shortcut keys on apple keyboards and it would certainly create other problems, so it's probably going to stay the way it is now. You can map your brightness keys to F1/F2 (without pressing Fn) with FunctionFlip (as mentioned earlier in the thread).
Let me know if you have other suggestions
I think that'd be quite simple because it would use all the same APIs to communicate with the monitor and to show the system HUD. Maybe we can do something about it in the future. I don't have a monitor with built-in speakers right now.
Edit/ nvm my bad
No your app working without Fn key. I am using original Apple Keyboard and its working without Fn like a real Mac. You must to set your keyboard settings like down below; than you can use F1 and F2 for brightness like a real Mac. If you set your settings like down below you must use Fn for the sound keys, dashboard, mission control and player controls' keys.
If you add the code i've provided here, you must not choose the standard function keys option, it works with or without pressing the Fn key. The code replaces the apple key code with the F1, F2 key code.
Same screen here. Have you managed to control the brightness?
I tested on my ACER CB281HK and it doesn't work. I use Displayport
usefull info: progress bar work. luminosity don't change .
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