I have been issues with the SGP completely quitting after my autoguider loses a star, after the meridian flip.
while it seems this is an intentional safety feature built into the program, what is happening is that SGP is ending my sequence after just a few minutes of cloud cover. If I am awake at the scope, not a problem. But when I would like to go to sleep and have automation, it is a shame that a small patch of clouds completely shuts off the aquisitions.
Is there anything I can change so that AFTER the meridian flip, a random patch of clouds does not terminate the sequence? Ideally, it should keep trying to get fix on a star for a period of time (like it does before the meridian flip).