My Quivers sometimes level the X really slowly, my fix has been to turn the machine off and on again, this fixes it.
The X axis level isn't working well for me with the recent changes, it just bounces off the tops alternately and doesn't reach level.
I have just been leveling manually by turning motors off, shoving X axis all the way up and holding it while pressing the auto home button.
The X Axis leveling isn't attaining level, this is causing error for the auto nozzle calibration because the process includes the automatic X axis leveling. The nozzle offset values provided by the auto calibration are nowhere near correct, especially the Z nozzle offset. Multiple vernier prints must be made to correct the X/Y offset values from those provided by the auto calibration as well.
I would prefer to be able to manually level the X axis without the auto calibration throwing it off again, but I doubt this is a viable solution for customers.
But it would make sense to me that the z nozzle offset is wrong if your X axis isn't level. I have to recalibrate every few prints because things start being inexplicably off whether it is z offset or nozzle offset.