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Sorry for posting if this has been covered already.

I use an iPad Mini in the cockpit for flying, and was wondering how to use the iPad Mini/SkyDemon set up at night without losing my night vision due to the brightness of the iPad screen.

Any redirects to posts or help are much appreciated.

Hugh

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I use the SkyDemon High Contrast chart style at night, with auto brightness turned off and the brightness turned down.  The last two are Android functions, but I assume an iPad has something similar.
Edited 10/30/2018 4:46:52 PM by DaveWhite
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On an Ipad you can reverse the colors and do so by triple clicking on the Home button.
I'm not sure about your local terminology as my settings are in French.

In Settings-General-Accessibility -
The last setting at the bottom is : "Accessibility shortcut", there tick one of the color inversion options (or more if you want to test).

If you then triple click on the Home button, colors will be inverted accorded to your option, if you ticked only one, or you will get a menu to choose from if you ticked multiple options.

One triple click and the colors are inverted again.




Edited 10/30/2018 5:19:11 PM by pgroell
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pgroell - 10/30/2018 5:18:50 PM
On an Ipad you can reverse the colors and do so by triple clicking on the Home button.
I'm not sure about your local terminology as my settings are in French.

In Settings-General-Accessibility -
The last setting at the bottom is : "Accessibility shortcut", there tick one of the color inversion options (or more if you want to test).

If you then triple click on the Home button, colors will be inverted accorded to your option, if you ticked only one, or you will get a menu to choose from if you ticked multiple options.

One triple click and the colors are inverted again.




That works - many thanks

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