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I have a colleague which wants all lights in the office to be on, he/she says that he/she doesn't see colors in monitor clearly with 1/3 of the light.

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    Do they understand the concept that the monitor emits light by itself and doesn't need to be illuminated like a book? Is their brightness set to a reasonable value?
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    since i dont want to exploit gender

    i will just call it retarded
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    Work ergonomics say that the monitor light must not be the dominating light in the room, and not everyone wants to work vampire style.
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    monitor brightness control?

    if you lower the surrounding light and the output of the monitor you get less light in the eyes and therefore you get less eye strain
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    Some jerk at work always turns the lights down. Its like they think this is movie night at their house. I can't help having safety insecurities around someone that likes to work in the dark. This makes me think they are trying to hide things.

    Or, I was violated in the past and I get PTSD when the light level is too low. I don't feel safe at work.
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    im not saying it should be that dark :)
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    Maybe she is borderline colorblind?
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    Argument bad, purpose not that bad: when working in night shift for elevator emergency control centre, everybody wanted lights off. How the hell am I supposed not to fall asleep. Also, indirect light makes us aware of the present.
    However, stupid argument
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    I think I've heard that lowering the brightness will fuck up the color accuracy of a calibrated monitor
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    @electrineer Men can only see 16 colours anyway. Also, apricot is something to eat and not a colour.
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