When you use a star diag, you have sometimes an offset between eclips camera and your eyepiece. This offset is contant.
There is a option in setup/calibrate which allows you to substract the offset.
After calibration, it works very good for all the end of the session; each target are, after that, right in the center of the field of view.
You can even play with N/S and E/W reverse option in order to operate more friendly the scope.
BUT BE VERY CAREFUL, if you do a power off/power on cycle, you won't be able to do any new autoalign process. Every next autolalign will fail.
The only way to solve this issue is to "restore factory settings" and then do a new autoalign, but you loose the "finder center" settings and the N/S and/or E/W reverse settings.
I did many test: with only E/W reverse, with only N/S reverse, with both of them, and with combination with "finder center". You won't be able to do any auto-align after a power off and on cycle.
If you do a "finder center" alone, you won't be able to do an auto align after power off and on.
I did not test with a "shut down telescope" command.
I suspect that the reason is that during autoalign process, the LS-6 with take into account the slewing reverse or/and the "finder center" offset remove and then is not able to center the two stars.
Did you experiment these settings, and did you find a solution?
PS: of course, "sleep scope" and "park scope" are working as you don't have to do a new autoalign process for the next session.