I've got Archers advantage software and it will print a sight tape, however if I print it on normal paper I don't imaging it will last long in the rain. What's the best way of getting around this problem?
When I shot sighted bows I used white electrician's tape and manually marked the sight settings with pencil, this would stay on under any amount of rain, but you could also rub one out and re-mark it. Imperial on one edge, metric on the other
This post is based on experience with trajectory settings on scope turrets for my competition air rifles not archery but the same principles apply.
Masking tape is good for temporary settings when you're experimenting. White electrical tape works well as mentioned. You can also use Dymo labeller tape, it is available in many colours including opaque white. You can mark it with a sharpie or a CD labelling pen. Or with some fiddling about you could actually print it on the Dymo machine (other labelling machines are available).
I print my tapes onto inkjet labels . These stuck onto the sight and I put a bit of tape over the top. The tapes do fine without tho. The ink is waterproof and while the paper in the label absorbs some water and goes less white when wet, they dry and look perfect again. I use the tape as a precaution in case the labels degrade over time, but next time I’m not sure I will bother