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On the recommendation of some of you in the forums I have installed f.lux to govern my monitor's color temperature, something that's supposed to help maintain a proper circadian rhythm after late-night computing. This can be a little strange, as even with my color blindness the shift away from blue after this kicks in at sundown is a little striking, but it's something I can get used to. What I may not be able to adjust to is how the mouse cursor remains the same, which after the yellow shift makes it an almost blindingly harsh blue/white. A little poking around suggests this is because the cursor is rendered in hardware, and I may go so far as to delve into a registry hack suggested as a way to force a software cursor to overcome this problem.
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