This is likely a silly question, but it's been driving me nuts since I got my Kindle Paperwhite.
Why is it suggesting to use the light on a HIGH setting in a brightly lit room, and a low setting in dark rooms? Shouldn't the wording be reversed?
I know that I can adjust the light for my personal circumstance, but the wording is driving me crazy -- I don't know if I'm missing something, or it's just 'wrong'.
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