I did a search and only found the following on this directive: POINTING
Schedule a pointing update prior to the target. This will work even if auto-center is disabled in Preferences. Thus, you can use #POINTING as a means to manually control when pointing updates occur in a plan.

Can someone explain exactly what this directive does?

I assume that when this directive is used, ACP slews the scope to the specified RA and Dec. It then takes an image and plate solves. It determines the center of the image, and calculates the
correction to get to the exact RA and Dec, and then does a small mount movement to the exact coordinates. If the scope has consistant approach on, does the correction trip that threshold for an L350? Should Consistant Approach be turned off? Can the plate solve image be from the autoguider camera/camera2?