It makes no scenes that every time you turn it on at 100 brightness, it turn on with LAST STATE (brightness of white bulb, color and brightness of color bulb).
I'm not sure I understand what you're saying (sorry).
My reasoning is that a "scene action" is currently independent from the simple on/off action - it doesn't consider the last state of the manual brightness I set; and the on/off action should also be independent of the scene action, otherwise having a "custom state" option is useless for users who have scheduled scenes, understand?
When you turn on a scene it does not consider the LAST STATE, but the on/off considers the last state of the last scene. That's silly. Manual on/off should use the custom state I predefined, not the last state of a scene. I'm not sure what the custom state is useful for if users have set up scene schedules. Again, this is one user's opinion.
If I understand your suggestion, you say, after my scheduled sunrise scene, create a new schedule with the desired brightness? so at that point (say at 10:00am) I would turn on the light. And then create another schedule at 10:01am to turn off the light, just so it remembers the state I want it to turn on default when I manually turn on the light at night? Wouldn't that mean the light will be uselessly on for a minute? Dunno, if I understood what you meant.
Sorry if I need more help understanding this, and thanks for your patience.