Could anybody using TinyG/G2core on a 3040 ballscrew cnc be so kind to upload

Could anybody using TinyG/G2core on a 3040 ballscrew cnc be so kind to upload the settings please?
I know the Mach3 settings: max feed (2000mm/s), max accel (200mm/s^2), steps/mm, but what about Jerk, travel/rev (I guess 4mm - 1204 ballscrews), junction dev, etc?
Thank you!

(X axis is motor 2 chip)
$2ma=0
$2po=1
(microsteps G2 uses 1,2,4,8,16,32)
$2mi=32
$2pl=0.5
$2tr=4
$xvm=3000
$xfr=3000
(Y Axis is motor 3)
$3ma=1
$3po=0
(microsteps G2 uses 1,2,4,8,16,32)
$3mi=32
$3pl=0.5
$3tr=4
$yvm=3000
$yfr=3000
(Z axis is motor 4)
$4ma=2
$4tr=4
$4pl=0.5
$4mi=32
(A axis is motor 1 chip)
$1ma=3

I use gShield on top of Arduino Due and I am not sure if you can use more than 8 microsteps, as gShield jumper settings allows max of 8 -> @jlauer .

@Mircea_Russu Do you need the settings file (for compilation)? I can provide it some time later, after getting back home from work.

@sszafran Yes please. I guess it’s John Lauer’s settings but written in a settings_3040.h as due has no eeprom to store tehm, and it’s easier to have them burned in the firmware.
@jlauer Thanks. I see you drive it hard (3000mm/min), my manual stated 2000mm/min as max speed. I shall use 8mi as I’m still using original drivers, just command them over the parallel port. What about $xjm? All 6th order plannong goes around that jerk, snap, crackle, pop, derivatives I see.

@Mircea_Russu You may download the settings file from here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lnjnmdapgz7ilf8/settings_3040.h?dl=0
I am using NC (normally closed) switches for X-min, Y-Min and Z-max. Z-min is used for probing. In case you have NO switches, please modify the appropriate lines accordingly. I am not running the machine fast, prefer to use more conservative speeds.

Thank you!