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I tried to open up the test of my game, and for some reason, the game looks dimmer than usual.
However when I try to screen shot it, it looks fine for the picture.
 

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two possibilities that I can think off:

1) you have added a screen tint somewhere, either through the event function or through a windows setting

2) optical illusion based on the surrounding, for example the same game (in a window) will appear differently if played on a dark desktop background as opposed to a light background to be seen around the window frame of the playtest.
 

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The tint is visibly different between the screenshot and the game when compared side to side to me.
Like night and day.
 

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then it looks like you have a tint active and the screenshot copied the picture data directly without the tint.
how did you do the screenshot?
 

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then it looks like you have a tint active and the screenshot copied the picture data directly without the tint.
how did you do the screenshot?
I used the snipping tool app on my PC

Edit: I have found the issue and fixed it.
I had the "Play HDR Games" option turned on my display setting for my PC and when turning it off, it returned to normal.
 
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