Re: 1) Starting with CW up; 2) Slewing to a target, landing CW up
I do this all the time with my 12 year old AP1200GTO CP3, by setting the meridian delay in the V2 driver - note I do not have APCC. A positive number moves the 'meridian' east (earlier) and a negative number moves the 'meridian' west, i.e. delays the flip, which I also use when imaging planets if they are past the meridian as that is a more comfortable configuration for viewing and imaging in my observatory.
For me typically a 2 hour delay doesn't risk any mount collisions, but YMMV so you need to check that out. For some targets I've moved the meridian delay forward 3, or even 4 hours. As the delay is set in the driver any targets that you slew to within the user set delay of the true meridian will not invoke a flip that you do not want.
On 20 Jan 2020, at 00:35, Richard Spencer via Groups.Io <rgspencer@...> wrote: