Whatever I do , I cannot stop SGP taking a platesolve before slewing at the start of any sequence, regardless of the sequence centering settings. If I move the mount to the rough position, the plate solve comes up with a result, then it slews and centers to the first target. I have re-installed the Beta, and deleted the AppData files, but with no difference.
I tried creating the same sequence without the wizard, with slew and center and angle options. No luck.
I thought the mount was not receiving an unpark instruction. If I unpark it first, it still plate solves before the slew.
Looking through the log file - I think it might be the use of a manual rotator. I do not normally use this control - it looks like it is trying to sync the rotator angle before doing the slew. Is that correct? That would explain quite a bit, since the mosaic normally makes a fuss if there is no rotator?
sg_logfile_20171128172710.txt (152.9 KB)
[update] I’m using a manual rotator and I disabled rotation for the first target of a multi target sequence. Same issue.
When I disabled rotation in the second target as well, it slewed ok. So the logic appears to be if there are any targets in a sequence that need manual rotation, SGP checks the rotation angle before slewing to the first target. Is that correct?