2019-01-30 (W) ModuKey

The next lighting effect to show layer changes was to sequentially change the lights from the current layer to the new layer, one at a time. A variable was being used which determined how often the code to update the LEDs would change and that variable had to be updated each time a new light effect was selected. Before, this was merely a number set when it was initialized. In the previous sequences, the delay was one millisecond since the fade required many small updates, each virtually imperceptible but this effect needed much longer delays. From now on, the code will need to determine that delay for themselves.

Color changes through the new sequence

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