v2 Usermod to automatically save settings to preset number AUTOSAVE_PRESET_NUM after a change to any of: * brightness * effect speed * effect intensity * mode (effect) * palette
but it will wait for AUTOSAVE_AFTER_SEC seconds, a "settle" period in case there are other changes (any change will extend the "settle" period).
It will additionally load preset AUTOSAVE_PRESET_NUM at startup during the first
AutoSaveUsermod is standalone, but if FourLineDisplayUsermod is installed, it will notify the user of the saved changes.
Note: WLED doesn't respect the brightness of the preset being auto loaded, so the AutoSaveUsermod will set the AUTOSAVE_PRESET_NUM preset in the first loop, so brightness IS honored. This means WLED will effectively ignore Default brightness and Apply N preset at boot when the AutoSaveUsermod is installed.
Copy and update the example
from the Rotary Encoder UI usermode folder to the root directory of your particular build.
This file should be placed in the same directory as
Define Your Options
USERMOD_AUTO_SAVE- define this to have this usermod included wled00\usermods_list.cpp
AUTOSAVE_AFTER_SEC- define the delay time after the settings auto-saving routine should be executed
AUTOSAVE_PRESET_NUM- define the preset number used by autosave usermod
USERMOD_AUTO_SAVE_ON_BOOT- define if autosave should be enabled on boot
USERMOD_FOUR_LINE_DISPLAY- define this to have this the Four Line Display mod included wled00\usermods_list.cpp also tells this usermod that the display is available (see the Four Line Display usermod
readme.mdfor more details)
Example to add in platformio_override: -D USERMOD_AUTO_SAVE -D AUTOSAVE_AFTER_SEC=10 -D AUTOSAVE_PRESET_NUM=100 -D USERMOD_AUTO_SAVE_ON_BOOT=true
You can also configure auto-save parameters using Usermods settings page.
No special requirements.
Note: the Four Line Display usermod requires the libraries
2021-02 * First public release 2021-04 * Adaptation for runtime configuration.