"PicoScope displays a 10x10 grid." (from PSW044 v1.8 )
Yes, but as a seasoned high-end oscilloscope user, I would much prefer if gridlines followed the traditional oscilloscope 1,2,5 - per decade scaling. For a given zoomed view, this implies the number of gridlines would have to be automatically variable, instead of the V/div as time/div. Ideally, I could select as a preference how many gridlines I prefer (horizontally vs. vertically), before switching to the next grid spacing in a 1,2,5 scheme.
Why? For readability. Read the trigger position from the attached image. It's about 70% from -44.58 us towards 19.69ms, and 40% from 1.806V to 2.185V. This is where I miss 1,2,5 scaling.
I't actually not that useful to have a gridline indicate were 2.185V is on my screen.
So, did I miss a preference setting here, or maybe an existing forum post? If not, this is my #1 wish for improvement of an otherwise great product.
Rocket Science Lab, Denmark