Already done that. I'll leave it out. It gives the post more girth and also explains what I mean by State Switch (a random name I got).
Makes sense now? I am only using amigious X and Y, what state will activate pushing the switch up and down will depend on Borisu but I think default should be down and seperate should be up. Because pushing a switch up generally means to activate.
It's a non-latching push switch.
For the less technical minded : When you push it down, it does not stay down.
Still don't get it? : More like an elevator switch than a clicking ball-pen.
The indicator LED will show you the state.
The default state on first-time power up is Y
After that, it remembers the last state it was in.
It will also "loose its memory" if you disconnected the AC power since I'm writing into volatile memory.