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Hi Aaron,
 
I believe I see where you're getting tripped up. The platform moves down for positive movement and up for negative movements. The arrows represent '''up''' for ( + ) increase distance, and '''down''' for ( - ) decrease distance. ThisImagine if you press '''up''' on a standard vertical mill, the head would move upwards, which is the same effect as the platform moving downwards, it increases the space between head and platform. The buttons are placed to follow a standard vertical mill layout for the buttonsbutton layout. If you would prefer the buttons reference the platforms movements specifically, rather than the relationship of the head to the platform, you can invert the arrows by going to Config -> Preferences. You can adjust allmany of the arrowsbuttons there.
I believe I see where you're getting tripped up. The platform moves down for positive movement and up for negative movements. The arrows represent '''up''' for ( + ) increase distance, and '''down''' for ( - ) decrease distance. ThisImagine if you press '''up''' on a standard vertical mill, the head would move upwards, which is the same effect as the platform moving downwards, it increases the space between head and platform. The buttons are placed to follow a standard vertical mill layout for the buttonsbutton layout. If you would prefer the buttons reference the platforms movements specifically, rather than the relationship of the head to the platform, you can invert the arrows by going to Config -> Preferences. You can adjust allmany of the arrowsbuttons there.

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Original post by: Just Helping ,

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Hi Aaron,

I believe I see where you're getting tripped up. The platform moves down for positive movement and up for negative movements. The arrows represent '''up''' for ( + ) increase distance, and '''down''' for ( - ) decrease distance. This is to follow a standard vertical mill layout for the buttons. If you would prefer the buttons reference the platforms movements specifically, rather than the relationship of the head to the platform, you can invert the arrows by going to Config -> Preferences. You can adjust all the arrows there.

Status:

open