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Old 08-01-2016, 05:07 PM   #586
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And nightmode

Oh, and nightmode also works now.
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Old 08-15-2016, 12:25 PM   #587
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Hi, I have tried build 13 on my Aura HD with latest firmware (3.19.5761) and there is no way to make nightmode work. Any suggestions? The light button does nothing, and the light slider doesn't make any different either. Perhaps a new build is needed? Please help.
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Old 08-18-2016, 04:10 AM   #588
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Hi there,

I recently purchased a Kobo Aura H20 (running version 3.19) and am trying to get this night mode hack to work on it. I have unzipped the installer and added it in my .kobo folder. It restarted. The device looks normal but I don't see any way to turn the night mode on. Holding on the home button or brightness button don't do anything.

I can go in and edit the configuration to do night mode on start up and that does work. However I would like the option to switch between without having to plug into my computer and edit the coding.

Thanks for the help!
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Old 08-18-2016, 11:10 AM   #589
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Hi there,

I recently purchased a Kobo Aura H20 (running version 3.19) and am trying to get this night mode hack to work on it. I have unzipped the installer and added it in my .kobo folder. It restarted. The device looks normal but I don't see any way to turn the night mode on. Holding on the home button or brightness button don't do anything.

I can go in and edit the configuration to do night mode on start up and that does work. However I would like the option to switch between without having to plug into my computer and edit the coding.

Thanks for the help!
Have you seen this thread? Nightmode and reset without button
Works with a click on a picture on the main menu.
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Old 08-18-2016, 03:07 PM   #590
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I have not! I gave it a go and it seems to be working.
I have some questions about it but I'll post them on the other thread.
Thank you!!
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Old 08-19-2016, 06:57 AM   #591
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Sorry, but I think this night mode hack is broken. As we now know, night mode is to reduce the blue light of the front light and unless this hack can do that, it's not night mode.
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Old 08-19-2016, 07:28 AM   #592
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I think this night mode hack is broken.
All it does is invert the black/white... as long as it does that, it works.

Not sure where the blue light idea comes from.

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@needkobohelp: You are welcome!

@JSWolf: The "reduce the blue light thing" for night modes does only match for color displays like normal cellphones or tablets. Referring to ebook-readers with monochrome epaper it is like as @frostschutz has written only an inverting of black/white.
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Old 08-19-2016, 09:49 AM   #594
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@needkobohelp: You are welcome!

@JSWolf: The "reduce the blue light thing" for night modes does only match for color displays like normal cellphones or tablets. Referring to ebook-readers with monochrome epaper it is like as @frostschutz has written only an inverting of black/white.
I think JSWolf was referring to the night mode lighting that is part of the new Aura One. I'm hoping he was trying to make a joke.
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