Lining up for an angle cut on small block is a snap. There is a line drawn on the block where I want to cut.

Like dat. Then I cut 3 more that are just the same. Sliding the fence to work right or left and the stop are the features I use the most. I usually line up my angles to the blade rather than measuring.

The idea is that when the Mitre is in use the fence is on the brackets (which is why the brackets are fairly strong). I leave the extender off to save weight so it has a place to hang. I think these brackets will fit on the side of your saw under the table. I think your tilt crank is on the right so this goes on the left. I enclosed bolts for sheet metal.