so I think I made a stupid mistake when tapering the fretboard so that it matches the taper on the neck I already built. I noticed that the frets dots, that were perfectly on the center line when the fretboard was not tapered, once put on the neck, go gradually off-center (the dot on the third fret is on the center of the neck, but the dot on the 19th fret are off-center). I think it's less than 1/16 off, maybe a bit more than 1/32. That means for some reason (mainly because of my inexperience) I badly aligned the fretboard before tapering it. Now I'm wondering if I should trash it, or if I need to re-radius it, or if it is still usable (except esthetically). I think it looks like this, the green line being the radius at the nut, and the red line the radius at the end of the fretboard. So the highest point of the fretboard is not always on the center. I don't understand if that could be compensated by the saddles adjustment, or if it would be a huge problem when leveling the frets.