I'm looking for a way to decrease saturation on the internet. I currently use a high contrast option (Windows 7), which turns font colours and backgrounds to grey. However, this interferes with web design.
The only options on the graphics control panel are gamma, brightness and contrast. I have already tried colour calibration, and while I was able to make the display less blue, I could not desaturate it.
Without the high contrast, the colours on the internet look too bright. For some reason, applications like MyPaint and the GIMP are fine.
Is there any way to code an application that can set the saturation of the monitor lower? Either just for Firefox or for everything. Maybe some sort of overlay, or an add-on for Firefox?
I don't mind learning it if it would make web designing easier and the screen less bright (in terms of colour, not lightness).
Is there a specific library for graphics, and would the application to decrease saturation be its own application, or would it alter another application? Is there a way to edit Intel's graphic card settings directly?
I use a laptop with Windows 7 and the Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Chipset Family graphics card. I'm not interested in replacing the graphics card or changing to Linux, sorry. I tried Flux, but that was too bright.
The brightness problem is only on the internet. I don't know why. Everything else is fine. Thank you for reading.