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Ekos reports the mount is slewing to the solved coordinates, software bisque. When slewing completes Ekos reports that alignment has been completed within my accuracy requirement and ends its alignment process. Normally the alignment behavior, when not using software bisque, would be that after software 4 a new image would be taken and solved to confirm that the previous solve and bisque did bring it
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But this is not happening, and actually the mount seems not to have slewed like step 5 reported. It never continues to confirm the alignment.
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