I’m running ver 2106302
Is there any easy (or other way) to setup presets for multiple strips on an ESP32 so they’re independent of each other?
As far as I can tell, the current implementation of multiple GPIO strips addresses them as one long string?
I have a setup with 275+ leds around the eaves of a square building along with 6 “coach lights” of 30 leds each across 3 doors AND 3 garden lights of 20 leds each.
Gives a total of 515 led’s on 3 separate GPIO’s.
I’d like to create some predefined color schemes for the seasons and or lighting effects, but if they’re effectively all in one big string, I have to come up with all the possible segment variations ahead of time and save them as separate presets?
Or am I missing something?
I created a simplified 2 GPIO setup
Total leds - 25
Strip1 Pin15 0-14, 15 Leds
Strip2 Pin2 15-24 , 10 Leds
I created segments for presets
Seg0 0-24 Black
I created 4 Presets
Seg1_CY Segment1 Cyan
Seg1_Rd Segment1 Red
Seg2_Blu Segment2 Blue
Seg2_PK Segment1 Pink
I can independently change the strips via presets, BUT I have to manually change the preset’s JSON string to simply ack the existence of the segment I’m not changing. Rather than loading only the piece I want to change the preset tends to save everything, including the current state of “unwanted” segment(s).
Is there a better way?