Don't bump your own ****; that's bad.
Just go Settings>Display>Notification Light and customize it to what you want. Pretty sure it works on the notification being spawned and not some hacky nonsense that could happen in a lot of apps. Try both situations if you're really curious but I'm pretty sure this will override whatever the app is trying to do.
I could, but i see absolutely no reason to do so. Lux has one of the best/nicest user interfaces i've seen to date. Start the app and whenever you feel the brightness is not correct you can adjust it and add/save the linked sample. Lux will automagically update all your previous samples to match the new one.
It would be a nice addition to the current CM custom brightness settings.
dude, i've asked to the dev many times about some issues with Lux and CM9, seems that Lux doesnt work correctly, and i meant that it doesnt set the brightness into a specific range but only with a specific value.
example: if i set 1LX - 10% and 100LX - 50% and the app detects 20LX it sets its own parameter (27%) ... what i need is from 1 to 100 i wanna 10% brightness.
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