I would still like to try it. Someone said it worked well for them, but there wasn't enough detail. 1k across data and clock is what the said, but is that across one another or to ground?
I haven't tested this. But if I set up the LEDs to only get written once in setup, will that achieve the same thing?
Well, I will try that but I've noticed if you touch data and clock lines you can get led strips to light up at random,
You act as an aerial ant put out random noise.That noise will be faithfully amplified all the way up the chain until a pixel interprets it as data.1K to ground on both signals should fix that, preverably right next to the strip input.Putting resistors anywhere past the first pixel may be a bad idea. possibly damage the amp output of the previous pixel that way.
I think disconnecting the data and clock lines will introduce noise that will change things from the get-go.I also have breaks in the line about 1/2m in length every 10m or so... Maybe I should put a resistor there (though it would be difficult)
You can see the blink "start" at the end of the strip, and work its way back toward the middle.