Had a look at this but there is no z offset value for scan, but a few things I noticed.
But I can choose scan and cut and in the cut-after-scan settings, there is a z offset value there but it DOES NOT work for the scan, ONLY the cut part.
Also, in the cut-after-scan settings, It has number of passes, and this DOES work for the scan bit, which is a plus (it could save me running the scan job multiple times) but still cant adjust offset for unfocussed beam scan.
I think to simplify things, in the cut info part, a z offset and passes bit could go in there. that way there is a super quick way of editing rather than double clicking and having to press ok on every single item of an operation to check their settings, and then a z offset could easily be entered for the scan job.
other things noticed.
tried to cheat the system and duplicated an item 3 times in the same place to get three passes of a scan but it only does the scan once, yet if I choose cut, it cuts the three items, this is weird. so have to actually run the scan operation 3 separate times to get the result.
to try it, draw 3 separated circles and assign scan (at 2mm interval to make it quick) and run laser and you get 3 scans done, then pick one circle and duplicate it in its spot and run scan, the duplicated circle does not scan. now changed the operation to cut, and you get all plus the duplicated circle cut.)
And…just found by accident that right clicking once on a line in the cuts section makes every item that colour on your screen flash a few times. that is SUPER DUPER AWESOME!!! and makes complicated multi part cut and scan operations soooo much easier to track.