Regarding my settings, keep in mind that although the brightness looks extreme when you see it's at 60, the offsets totally counteract that. I basically set my brightness first since that's the key to disabling auto-dimming, and then adjusting the offsets accordingly using the test patterns to achieve the proper color and brightness. 60 for brightness seems to be around the magic number to totally eliminate auto-dimming. The lower you go from 60, the more aggressive auto-dimming becomes very quickly. With my posted settings, the screen appears just as it did before when I had the brightness at 46, but with the benefit of auto dimming. And the backlight at 7 provides just the right amount of brightness without being blinding and without being too dim.
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1/31/13 at 4:16pm