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Keep OpenRGB profiles active after hibernation and shutdown

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I have created a set of profiles in OpenRGB that set the RGB lights on the fans and LED strips inside my desktop case. This works as expected, however, the activation of a profile does not persist from session to session, that is, after the computer has been shut down, or simply gone to hibernation.

How do I ensure the currently activated profile remains active at all times, both after startup, and after awakening the computer?

OpenRGB has a settings tab inside the application with options such as "Start At Login" and "Load Profile". These seem to not have any effect whatsoever.

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It appears to be a known issue from the OpenRGB Gitlab Issues: https://gitlab.com/CalcProgrammer1/OpenRGB/-/issues/?sort=created_date&state=opened&search=hibernate&first_page_size=20

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