jayrope However using the button shuts them down, and the patch doesn't restart. I can however restart from the IDE.
brilliant! And also expected behaviour: when starting a patch in the IDE it is always in single-shot mode: you start it from the IDE and you stop it either from the IDE or with the Button.
jayrope the button would restart the same patch again, when pressed again
If a single patch is set to start at boot, pressing the button for less than 2 seconds should do just that: stop the current patch.
systemd will then automatically restart it.
jayrope or then start the next patch, when in loop mode.
When set to run `loop_*" patches at boot, when one stops the next one will start, so pressing the button should stop the current one - as usual - and then the script should run the next one.
jayrope (side note: i somehow forgot how to quote in here)
Select the text and a little "quote" popup should pop up. Make sure you click-drag when selecting because sometimes doing triple click to select a full paragraph doesn't show the popup.