Re: Starting AP run with CW up (East)
I don't use either APCC or Stellarium to control my AP1200, but I achieve what you are trying to do by setting a meridian delay in the V2 driver, so have you tried that? I'm not on my observatory laptop right now so can't recall whether you need to set a positive (+) or negative (-) meridian delay to start with the CW up pointing east, but you have a 50:50 chance so it's quick and easy to check.
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Subject: [ap-gto] Starting AP run with CW up (East)
I just created a complete meridian exclusion zone for my location in APCC and for the first time I tried to start an imaging session in the east (CW up) to eliminate the need for a meridian flip. I'm obviously doing something wrong because I can't slew to the object without the mount insisting on going pier east. I use Stellarium as my software for selecting objects and SGP as my main controlling suite. My mount is the AP1100GTO.
Can anyone point me to a process workflow of how to start a session as I would like?