I’d much rather use LightBurn than my other software so would love to sort this.
Is screen-capture a lost art?
If you’ve played with settings from stock, that’s more than likely the culprit
With the scanning offset table, you need at least two entries, and then the software can extrapolate for others. For example, if you measured a shift of 1mm at 100mm/sec, and a shift of 2mm at 200mm/sec, the software would assume you’d get 3mm at 300, and so on.
If you only have one value in the table, that value will be applied as-is to everything, which is generally not what you want.
For taking screen shots, I use Greenshot (free), but Snagit also works very well. They’re much easier to read as they don’t have the moire effects that a photo of the screen produces.
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