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Led brightness tuning does not work.

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I have the same versions of Cura and Marlin, and I also noticed that the LED Brightness settings are a bit wonky now.

It's not that they don't work, it's just that they only activate once you cycle past them in the Menu on th UM2.

A couple of days ago I set them to 50% brightness and as I did so, it changed on the fly. A day later, after a power-cycle, I noticed the LED's were on full and only as I cycled past the option "Led Brightness" in the Tune menu during a print, did the LED's immediatly change back to 50%. Didn't even have to open the option, just cycle past it.

So it seems any changes that are made are saved, even after a power-cycle, but they aren't immediatly activated.

I haven't changed back to a previous version (of both Cura and/or Marlin) so I don't know wheter this behaviour is new or not.

 

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