Disable Automatic Contrast/Brightness Setting?

I have an Intel 13th gen Framework laptop 13 running Windows 11. I have this problem where the display seems to be adjusting contrast in bright settings. It makes the Google Chrome taskbar, which is usually black in my case, a gray color. It blows out other lighter colors. I have automatic brightness disabled in Windows settings. I looked for the "Local Adaptive Contrast Enhancement” setting in the Intel Graphics Command Center, but the setting seems to not exist anymore. I’ve also noticed that if you drag a window around, the brightness/contrast changes in other areas of the screen. If I hold my hand over the sensors at the top, all of these problems disappear. Is there a setting somewhere where I can disable all of this?

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