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Preset Example

Selector Preset

You use a Selector preset in situations where multiple, mutually-exclusive presets are needed (typically for the same physical space). In other words, only one of the Selector presets that are grouped together can be active at a given time. Selector presets can be turned on (activated) and turned off (deactivated). To deactivate a Selector preset, you simply select another Selector preset in the list (which, of course, activates that preset). To allow deactivation of all the Selector presets in the list, you must include the No Selection option.

This Selector preset example helps illustrate these concepts. For more details on Selector presets, see About Presets.

Example Scenario
Creating the Preset
Testing the Preset

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