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I've been doing some unguided imaging and 'manually' issuing small movement commands to my mount. However, I recently learned of ASCOM dithering.
The documentation I've encountered says the 'aggressiveness' settings are multipliers for PhD settings. I don't have PhD settings, so, what do the aggressiveness settings mean? For example, I'm imaging about 2.75 arc seconds per pixel with my D610. Should I just set aggressiveness to 5? BYN doesn't know my image scale or how much I want to dither, so, what does '5' mean?
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