At some point in your 3D printing career, you will find that the “Recommended” Print Setup in CuraLE (or any other slicer) isn’t going to give you “Ideal” prints. The solution is to click on “Custom” and after the initial shock of seeing so many things to tweak, you will find that there are usually only a few settings that need to change to fix a majority of problems.
If you have a lot of stringing, lowering the printing temperature and/or increasing the retraction distance (both in the Material section) can help. In the Build Plate Adhesion section, each of the four types available in “Recommended” have parameters that can be tweaked. I rarely use “None” and most often use “Skirt” increasing the line count to 3 and the minimum length to 750. I find this gives more time for the filament to settle into a stable stream (and if you are having problems here, you need to cancel and keep tweaking). If the print has a very small footprint, I change from “Skirt” to “Brim” (again increasing the minimum length to 750).
If you are still confused, take a picture of a failure, open a new topic, tell us what you have tried and someone will usually provide you with suggestions as to what to try next. BTW, you can do the same thing with LulzBot’s support. They are available by phone 24/7 and also respond to emails 24/7.
In light of your response while I was writing mine, I don’t have any experience with HIPS but Google found https://rigid.ink/blogs/news/how-to-3d-print-hips-filament-and-it-s-not-just-a-support-material. My suggestions may still stand but I think a new topic is in order as the current topic title doesn’t reflect where this topic is currently going.