Twist to Change Fonts?

I’m still an amateur when it comes to Proffie so I’m going to try to phrase this as best I can. I want to be able to twist my saber when it’s off to change between sound banks. I tried changing the prop in my config and while it enabled the twist to change I wanted, it screwed up nearly everything else. Button commands no longer made sense. Triple clicking no longer did anything, where previously it’d give me a battery power readout. Certain sound banks still used the color wheel, while others used the direct change. Sometimes I could triple click, hold long and release to do my Force gesture. There were too many weird oddities to list, so I reverted back to a config that worked, minus the twist to change banks feature. I’d still really like to have this feature though. Is there a way to enable it without entirely changing my prop setting? Enclosed is my current config header. The second “blade” is actually my accent LED, and I disabled twist to ignite/ retract:

#include "proffieboard_v2_config.h"
#define NUM_BLADES 2
#define NUM_BUTTONS 1
#define VOLUME 500
const unsigned int maxLedsPerStrip = 144;
#define ENABLE_WS2811
#define ENABLE_SD
#define IDLE_OFF_TIME 60*5*1000
#define SAVE_STATE

#include "../props/saber_sa22c_buttons.h"

My prop already offers this via a couple of methods depending on the define you use.

By default “Scroll Presets” allows you to use the hilt like a dial to rotate through your presets and then select. For OS7 if you hold the PWR button on a preset it will use “Quick Select” to select and ignite that selection.

If you want to have this feature defaulted to work as soon as you boot the saber you can use


This will automatically put the saber in Select Preset mode on boot so you can rotate to the preset and then select or ignite (via Scroll Preset controls).

See Controls and Defines on this page.

I also have this tool to help with all of the customization my prop now offers, once you’ve selected the options you want it will produce a customized Control/Button List for you (see videos at top of page for more explanation)

Excellent. Thank you so much. I’ll look into both these options.