I have recently opened an old project - mainly just Lemur stuff right now - and updated to JME 3.4.
I was aware of the change to gamma correction as mentioned in forum and release note. I have also read info in the wiki.
With Gamma correction turned on my screens are washed out. If I turn it off, it looks as before.
To be honest I am not sure if I understood the wiki content about gamma correction at all…but for me it seems it would be an advantage to have gamma correction turned on.
In my lemur I am using styles and define them like
Texture txt = getApplication().getAssetManager().loadTexture("/Pic/461223142.jpg"); QuadBackgroundComponent bgc1 = new QuadBackgroundComponent(txt);
private static final ColorRGBA txtfieldbgcolor = new ColorRGBA(137f/255f,180f/255f,255f/255f,0.2f); private static final ColorRGBA textfieldcolor = new ColorRGBA(ColorRGBA.LightGray);
After I found this post post saying things in JME might look messed up I wonder:
How can I - with gamma correction turned on - change my colors/settings in a way that it looks as before?
Currently I have all my styles/colors/pictures used in one AppState and its not to much (I hope) effort necessary to make the changes. If gamma correction on gives me advantages I am willing to implement changes now.
As usual I am open for suggestions and ready to learn new stuff.