« Last post by CAR on Today at 06:33:21 PM »
Regarding #2 and being able to personalize the auto brightness:Nice find! "When Auto Brightness is enabled, you can still adjust the light using the slider and your Kindle uses that adjustment in the future."
On page 9 of the Voyage user's guide, it has this posted. The way I read this is that you can personalize it at each light level and it will remember it.
Screen Light: Tap to access screen light controls. There are several ways to adjust screen brightness:
Drag your finger along the slider until you reach the desired setting.
Tap anywhere on the slider to select a specific setting.
Tap the + sign to use a higher light setting, and tap the - sign to use a lower light setting.
Press and hold the "+" sign to select the maximum brightness setting. Press and hold the "-" sign to choose the minimum brightness setting.
Select Auto Brightness to enable the screen light to automatically adjust based on surrounding light. When Auto Brightness is enabled, you can still adjust the light using the slider and your Kindle uses that adjustment in the future. When reading or using your Kindle in the dark, use the Nightlight feature to gradually reduce the screen brightness over time as your eyes adjust. To enable Nightlight, go to Settings, Device Options then Screen Light.
I am thinking now that may be the part that is not working correctly at the moment. But sure sounds like it will be fixable.