Flux software moves the color temperature to 3400k. Can you calibrate this temperature, so the screen doesn't look orange?
That setting of white point is typically used when video or computer displays are part of a television program set (visible by the camera) which uses studio lighting of that same color temperature. If a normal white point is used for the display on the set, it would look EXTREMELY blue when the program recording is finally viewed. How are you using the monitor?
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The electronic display industry standard recommendation for over a half century to reduce or eliminate eye strain has been: reduce screen brightness when the room is darkened, avoid screen reflections, and implement bias lighting. I haven't ever heard of the science behind the technique described at the link you provided. The consequence of the dramatically lower white point you have already identified. You get to choose which is your preference- sleeping better after late night viewing (I find this questionable), or having all the colors on the monitor seriously distorted.