A few or most of these have been mentioned in one form or another, but I’ll include them on my list:
1 - Yes, the DONE button is over done. So limit the times we need to hit it.
2 - On startup, have it connect to the machine and automatically go home. Right now it connects, then you have to try to Jog (or do another action) before the homing cycle kicks in.
3 - Multiple HOME positions - much like a radio preset. Allow me to have four or five jigs screwed to the deck, and just say start at Position B, then for the next op I’ll start it at Position D, then Position A etc. Keep all these reference points so you just have to click on B and that is the new HOME.
4 - Metric bit probing - we don’t all live in the USA! And be able to add my own bits to the drop down.
5 - Circle probing for the centre would be very nice (not my idea - but I strongly vote for it)
6 - Ability to restart the job at XX % after things went south badly. Again, not my idea - but a real good one.
7 - If you can’t do multiple HOME presets like mentioned in #3, give a quickly available readout of the current position relative to the absolute home. This way I could jot the X,Y dimensions down and somewhat more easily go back there when I wanted to. But I’d much rather have store-able presets.
That’s all that comes to mind now, but I’ll keep thinking for more.