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AHLB IN LOWLIGHT MODE


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#1 chrispinetot

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Posted 16 November 2020 - 03:23 PM

When I choose lowlight mode in display settings the texts for the AHLB remain dark hence cannot be clearly seen as shown in the file attached. Why is this so? It only happens with the AHLB

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Posted 19 November 2020 - 01:01 PM

When I choose lowlight mode in display settings the texts for the AHLB remain dark hence cannot be clearly seen as shown in the file attached. Why is this so? It only happens with the AHLB

Hmmm, I had to do some thinking about this before responding and have come to some sort of a, well ummm, conclusion. So here goes.

 

You know, some things just things don't work in well low light while there are things that actually work better in low light. So, when it comes to those things that aren't good in low light, keep the light on, and with those that do well in low light, you can switch the light off.

 

You know, as much as that is said with tongue in cheek, it actually makes common sense. Unreal! I can't believe it!!!

 

Have fun, and be blessed.

Stephen (Php 1:21).



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Posted 19 November 2020 - 01:25 PM

Hmmm, I had to do some thinking about this before responding and have come to some sort of a, well ummm, conclusion. So here goes.

 

You know, some things just things don't work in well low light while there are things that actually work better in low light. So, when it comes to those things that aren't good in low light, keep the light on, and with those that do well in low light, you can switch the light off.

 

You know, as much as that is said with tongue in cheek, it actually makes common sense. Unreal! I can't believe it!!!

 

Have fun, and be blessed.

Stephen (Php 1:21).

Thank you Stephen. I completely agree with you. Be blessed too.






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