On the "crossover" sheet of the Lateral Image Test spreadsheet, setting "Conic Constant K" to "-1.5" and then Control 's' will generate
perfect ImageJ inputs for the spreadsheet and sixtests.exe who's inputs are the contents of the green cells as shown below.
Please note that Microsoft will refuse to run the LIT Spreadsheet because it contains Micros.
Sixtests direct inputs normally are in mm. However "file->open setup" opens a dialog where you can select a "txt" file in inches if the last line of that file states "INCH" as shown below. The values in this file are the contents of the green cells above.
On sixtests Setup page select: caustic/LWT and Source Fixed
Next click "Surface" then click "conic" and the result is a Strehl of "1.000" which confirms that the LIT Spreadsheet equations are correct and are general purpose with respect the "Conic Constant K".
Returning to the LIT (Lateral Image Test) Spreadsheet "input" sheet and coping the simulated "Image J" from the "crossover" sheet to the "Image J input" of the "input" sheet and then clicking control 'C' repeatedly which will produce the results as shown below.