The current value you enter will translated into a value for a current sense
resistor and a way of making that resistance by combining one or more
standard value resistors in parallel will be found.
So if you are driving 2 amp/phase motors with the Linistepper driver you
would put in 2 and it would tell you to put two 1 Ohm resistors in parallel
to make a 0.5 ohm resistor for the current sense circuit. Not hard, but 1.5
amps needs 2/3 ohms which, as it turns out, is a 1 ohm resistor and a 2 ohm
resistor in parallel.
Is that useful? Is it "whiz bang?" <GRIN> Or did I screw something up