I’m trying to move off Tuya and use Tasmota, I’ve been able to work out my GPIO pins and also the correct PWM for them so in Home Assistant it is almost working fine. The last thing I’m trying to complete is replicating the function of the Tuya software and when the bulb is changed to White.
In the original software there was no “White Value” slider bar.
In the original software I would just click in the center of the colour wheel and the separate white LEDs would turn on and the bulb would be bright white. I’m unsure if it turned off the RGB leds as it is very bright and could just be hiding them.
In the new Tasmota setup when I want to select white I need to click in the middle then slide the White value all the way up, it then replicates a bulb running the normal software e.g. use the normal Brightness slider for brightness. I do know it is still using the RGB leds even when White is selected.
So what I’m trying to achieve is
Hide the White slider bar
When middle of the colour wheel selected
Set White value to max
Set all RGB values to 0
I suspect this will be in Tasmota rules for the second part but even if I get the rules right how to I hide the White Value slider bar?
Adding a bit more, in the States I can see this when both are set to white
friendly_name: Tuya Example
friendly_name: Tasmota example