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 || arm1_length || 100 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, length of the first arm || || arm1_length || 100 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, length of the first arm ||
 || arm2_length || 100 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, length of the second arm || || arm2_length || 100 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, length of the second arm ||
-|| morgan_offset_x || 10 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, ​X offset ​||+|| morgan_offset_x || 10 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, ​X offset ​||
 || morgan_offset_y || 10 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, Y offset || || morgan_offset_y || 10 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, Y offset ||
-|| axis_scaling_x || 0.8 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, scaling in the X axis ​||+|| axis_scaling_x || 0.8 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, scaling in the X axis ​||
 || axis_scaling_y || 0.8 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, scaling in the Y axis || || axis_scaling_y || 0.8 || In the case of a <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ arm solution, scaling in the Y axis ||
 || x_axis_max_speed || 30000 || Maximum allowable speed for the <​kbd>​X</​kbd>​ axis, in millimetres/​minute. Smoothie will never exceed that value for that axis. ||  || x_axis_max_speed || 30000 || Maximum allowable speed for the <​kbd>​X</​kbd>​ axis, in millimetres/​minute. Smoothie will never exceed that value for that axis. || 
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 ||~ Communication || || || ||~ Communication || || ||
 || uart0.baud_rate || 115200 || Baud rate for the default hardware serial port ( UART0, labelled "​Serial"​ on the board, close to the USB connector ). Defaults to 9600 if undefined, or if the configuration file can not be read. ||  || uart0.baud_rate || 115200 || Baud rate for the default hardware serial port ( UART0, labelled "​Serial"​ on the board, close to the USB connector ). Defaults to 9600 if undefined, or if the configuration file can not be read. || 
-|| second_usb_serial_enable || false || This enables a second serial port over the USB connection ​( for example to have both [[Pronterface]] and a terminal connected) || +|| second_usb_serial_enable || false || This enables a second serial port over the USB connection ​( for example to have both [[Pronterface]] and a terminal connected) || 
 ||~ Miscellaneous || || || ||~ Miscellaneous || || ||
 || leds_disable || true || Disable the 4 flashing LEDs on the board ||  || leds_disable || true || Disable the 4 flashing LEDs on the board || 
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 || dfu_enable || false || For Linux developers, set to true to enable DFU, which allows you to flash new firmwares over USB || || dfu_enable || false || For Linux developers, set to true to enable DFU, which allows you to flash new firmwares over USB ||
 ||~ Current control || || || ||~ Current control || || ||
-|| currentcontrol_module_enable || true || If set to true, enable digital control of the current settings of the stepper motor drivers. Note : this ​is dependent on the physical board type, and unless you are designing a new board you shouldn'​t have to modify these settings || +|| currentcontrol_module_enable || true || If set to true, enable digital control of the current settings of the stepper motor drivers. ​**Note** this is dependent on the physical board type, and unless you are designing a new board you shouldn'​t have to modify these settings || 
 || digipotchip || mcp4451 || Select the digipot chip with which to control the current for the stepper motor drivers. Supported chips are <​kbd>​mcp4451</​kbd>​ and <​kbd>​ad5206</​kbd>​ || || digipotchip || mcp4451 || Select the digipot chip with which to control the current for the stepper motor drivers. Supported chips are <​kbd>​mcp4451</​kbd>​ and <​kbd>​ad5206</​kbd>​ ||
 || digipot_max_current || 2 || Maximum current that can be set || || digipot_max_current || 2 || Maximum current that can be set ||