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    Fade to preset level, pause then off

    I can't find the thread I stumbled across again, but a dimmer was programmed to turn off by first dimming to a preset level, the side indicator light would rapidly flash for a delayed set time then turn the rest of the way off. I don't remember what this feature was called or find an option to program this feature. I hope what I describe makes some sense and appreciate any help steering me the right direction. Thanks

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    I believe you are talking about the "delayed fade to off." You can change the time by right clicking on the dimmer in the design tab and selecting Advanced Settings. You activate it by pressing and holding the big button on the dimmer for 2-seconds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randyc View Post
    I believe you are talking about the "delayed fade to off." You can change the time by right clicking on the dimmer in the design tab and selecting Advanced Settings. You activate it by pressing and holding the big button on the dimmer for 2-seconds.
    The message/video I seen, the lights would immediately dim to approximately 20% when the button was pressed, then have a delay to fade to off. Maybe I was looking at something different. Thanks for the information above.

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