Originally Posted by RohinZaraki
Which values do I change if I want the brightness brighter than the values given above ?
curve::targets defines the brightness (of the display) within the border range (see below)
curve::borders defines the brightness range (ambient lighting brightness reported by the light sensor)
At an ambient lighting reading of 0-30 the display brightness is 100
At an ambient lighting reading of 31-70 the display brightness is 115
At an ambient lighting reading of 150+ the display brightness is 254
The thing I haven't worked out is how the "borders" translate into real-world lighting measured in i.e. Candela.
At any rate, curve::targets can't go any higher than 255 and not lower than 0.
Since there is no really helpful information available on the light sensor that would enable one to relate the digital reading to some real-word measurable value (Candela, Lumen, ...) it's a trial-and-error game to work out sane values.