Yeah, uh, no . . . .
If you set the color temperature of the (Light LED) child device to something (2700K-6500K ) it should turn the LED to white.
WebCore should have something like setColorTemperature for the child device.
webCore has several options:
Use SetColor and Preset and pick from the colors Use SetColor and Value and select a hex value color Use SetColor…(hsl) and then manually set the Hue, Saturation and Level
Unfortunately when set on the child Light LED object, the colors you wind up with on the LED bar aren’t what’s coded in webCore. I’ve tried all three with different colors, but none get the switch to display the proper color.
Based on @JFG’s ST logs, it looks like webCore is getting the proper data to ST, but something is jacked between ST and the switch.
I tested setColor and setColorTemperature in webcore and the colors were pretty accurate for me.
Set Color Temperature (for a white LED)
If you want more precision on the color you could take the desired hue from a hue wheel and use it with the hsl version of setColor.
I, too, had no issue with colors other than White (when i use White the color displayed is Red). I will use the ‘set color temperature to’ statement, instead, to set the color White in webCore. Thank you for your help.