I have done a quick update of the IFO_ALIGN screen's save and restore scripts, so that we can now also save, restore, and view the saved values for the input tip tilts.
In the past, there was an "if" statement to check if the optic was a PZT, and if so, define the alignment channels accordingly (since all the SOS suspensions have the same format for the name, and the PZTs were the odd ones out). I have removed the mention of PZTs, and replaced the if statement with an "if TTs" statement, and put in the correct channel names (C1:IOO-TT#_PIT_OFFSET, and the same for YAW).
Also, I caught a bug in the code, which explains some confusing behavior that I had seen in the past. When deciding if the restore script should take small steps or just do a big step, it looked at the difference between the saved value and the current value of the slider. It was *not* looking at the absolute value of the difference. So, if you had misaligned a slider by hand, and it was in the opposite direction of what the misalign script does, the restore script wouldn't realize that the optic needed to be restored in small steps. I have now fixed this bug for both pit and yaw cases of the restore script.