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One more: do you have the same results with 18.04 or 19.04? -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1820173 Title: Screen brightness buttons change gain instead of brightness To manage
I'd like to request some more info: 1. Could you record what this looks like? 2. The exact specs of your computer might help, too. 3. I'd urge you to use `xev` to figure out what keycode is being used. 4. Is there anything in the logs suggesting what is being done? /var/log/syslog would be the
Gain meaning, the screen brightness is not affecting screen brightness but affecting the wrong setting. Gain means it will brighten some parts of the screen (make the mids brighter, but keep the darks dark). This causes overexposure, and the screen doesn't look nice anymore. When I open the
Two questions: 1. What do you mean by "screen gain?" I know this as a static property projection screens have, so I'm not sure how it's relevant. 2. If you open terminal and run `xev -event keyboard` and press the key in the resulting window, what is the result? Setting this to lubuntu-meta