@MarkW, are you referring to the right click an image to get the pop up menu and then select “Center Here” feature?
I’ve been working out the quirks of a setup with a Paramount MX+ for a while and this is one of the features I still don’t quite have the quirks out of… hopefully the next time I visit the scope I can make some headway.
I’ll bookmark this thread and keep an eye out for any Paramount users who do have this working happily now and hopefully learn from the question.
That said, one potential workaround is to use the Framing and Mosaic Wizard. Pretend you’re creating a 1x1 mosaic, something you’d never really do, and then use either the object name or a reference image of your choice to frame and orient the target of interest, and then add the created parameters as a target in your sequence. A Paramount with a good polar alignment and a decent T-Point model is then likely to basically nail the target when it slews to it.
Honestly the quirks and error behavior that I’ve seen with “Center Here”, where I click, request the center, the mount moves a couple of times, and plate solves, and I ultimately fail and end up not where I wanted to be, have the feel of an epoch conversion problem, though I’ve not yet dug into the combination of SGP, TSX and the Paramount to see whether, where, or if this sort of disagreement exists. I saw similar goofy behavior with MaximDL controlling my Losmandy mount a few years ago and by noticing just how it was wrong and how that varied across the sky I reached it was a JNow/J2000 problem and found the right checkbox to fix it.