> I guess one side question out of my long-winded
> one that I'd be keen to see if there's an answer
> to is is there a way to force the driver (or APCC
> or whatever) to accept an RCAL it thinks is
>too far out.
In APCC's Advanced Settings dialog there is an option called "Prevent Errant RECALs". Disabling that option will eliminate the 5 degree limit. However, I recommend that you enable the option again afterwards to prevent any potentially bad plate solves from
recalibrating the mount to the wrong position.
Author of APCC (Astro-Physics Command Center): http://www.astro-physics.com/index.htm?products/accessories/software/apcc/apcc
Author of PEMPro V3: https://www.ccdware.com
Author of Astro-Physics V2 ASCOM Driver: https://www.siriusimaging.com/apdriver
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> Subject: [ap-gto] Re: First light with Mach1 - a query
> I guess one side question out of my long-winded one that I'd be keen to see if there's an answer to is is there a
> way to force the driver (or APCC or whatever) to accept an RCAL it thinks is too far out.
> If in future I get into a weird situation where the mount is thinking its pointing somewhere its not, but the PA is
> correct, and I trust the plate solve in SGP to do its thing (which I do), then I simply want it to accept what SGP says
> without giving an error.
> So just a temporary removal of the threshold (how?) or changing that RCAL to SYNC again (how?). What's the
> best way using my SGP + AP driver (or APCC) combo?