Pretty much ever since I've had my 6SE it's had a bias for putting objects high or just out of the FOV after a CPWI goto such that I now look at it as something of a quirk in my mount's personality. This same same bias continued with the StarSense calibration even after centering at f/25 using SharpCap's reticule with a final "up and right" mount movement for centering. Backlash values are set properly, scope is slightly back heavy, and objects are oriented such that an up and right mount movement shifts the object being viewed down and left. So I was wondering if it is possible to easily change the two values that are used to center StarSense to the C6 OTA via the HC or with software? Figuring a few empirical changes in the alt value would eventually produce a mostly unbiased centering on the FOV of my 385mc.
As a work around I'm thinking that doing a few StarSense center calibrations with the object intentionally low would do the same thing but is more of a PITA than simply iteratively making some slight changes in the value currently stored in memory somewhere.
My guess at the moment as to my topic question is probably a "No!" because Celestron tends to store things in the HC or mount thus making them inaccessible to user changes without the user doing some kind of manual adjusting through the scope or mount instead of being allowed to directly change any data values.