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Old 03-27-2018, 03:38 PM
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Default Lighting Node Pro - LED Strips Predefined Effects always act as sequential

With LINK, if I choose a predefined effect (for example "Color Wave") for all 4 strips, each strip acts as one and has its own wave going off at the same time (and I can control each strip's wave direction) .

With iCUE, if I choose this effect for all 4 strips, the wave goes through all 4 of them as if they are sequential. I can choose "left" or "right" as the direction for the whole flow, but I can't choose that for each individual strip anymore.

I can "uncouple" the wave into 4 seperate waves by having 4 layers of the custom "Wave" effect (each strip gets its own layer), but I can't change the direction of the custom "Wave".

If I create 4 layers of predefined "Color Wave" (one for each strip), they behave chaotically and don't sync up at all.

Some of my old LINK profiles need synced seperate waves with individual directions to achieve their visual effect. With iCUE, this is impossible.

color wave, icue, lighting node pro, sequential

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