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Strange details in RGBW configuration


knuth
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I have three RGBW controllers, all operating in input/output mode. Having successfully configured all three, I notice two puzzling facts:

1. All units are configured with one master and six slaves. For two of them, these are numbered from xxx.0 to xxx.5. For one, however, the first slave is numbered xxx.0.1, not xxx.0. 

2. I want to "hide" all units except the four output channels (xxx.2 to xxx.5) The first slave unit (xxx.0 or xxx.0.1), however, refuses to save the check mark in the box "This device is hidden in the system". I can tick the box, but after Save the box remains un-ticked. There is no error message.

 

If you have an RGBW controller, please share your observations on either of these issues. You don't have to provide an explanation or solution, just share what you see on your units. 

 

Note: The firmware version is 25.25 on two of my units. One was recently updated to 26.0 without affecting the two problems above.

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