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Revision as of 19:54, 19 February 2011

Information is actual for version 0.10.6
1 Set Location (menu group)
1.1 Latitude Set the latitude of the observer in degrees
1.2 Longitude Set the longitude of the observer in degrees
1.3 Altitude (m) Set the altitude of the observer in meters
1.4 Solar System Body Select the solar system body on which the observer is
2 Set Time (menu group)
2.1 Sky Time Set the time and date for which Stellarium will generate the view
2.2 Set Time Zone Set the time zone. Zones are split into continent or region, and then by city or province
2.3 Days keys The setting “Calendar” makes the - = [ ] and keys change the date value by calendar days (multiples of 24 hours). The setting “Sidereal day” changes these keys to change the date by sidereal days
2.4 Preset Sky Time Select the time which Stellarium starts with (if the “Sky Time At Start-up” setting is “Preset Time”
2.5 Sky Time At Start-up The setting “Actual Time” sets Stellarium's time to the computer clock when Stellarium runs. The setting “Preset Time” selects a time set in menu item “Preset Sky Time”
2.6 Time Display Format Change how Stellarium formats time values. “system default” takes the format from the computer settings, or it is possible to select 24 hour or 12 hour clock modes
2.7 Date Display Format Change how Stellarium formats date values. “system default” takes the format from the computer settings, or it is possible to select “yyyymmdd”, “ddmmyyyy” or “mmddyyyy” modes
3 General (menu group)
3.1 Sky Culture Select the sky culture to use (changes constellation lines, names, artwork)
3.2 Sky Language Change the language used to describe objects in the sky
4 Stars (menu group)
4.1 Show Turn on/off star rendering
4.2 Star Magnitude Multiplier Can be used to change the brightness of the stars which are visible at a given zoom level. This may be used to simulate local seeing conditions - the lower the value, the less stars will be visible
4.3 Maximum Magnitude to Label Changes how many stars get labelled according to their apparent magnitude (if star labels are turned on)
4.4 Twinkling Sets how strong the star twinkling effect is - zero is off, the higher the value the more the stars will twinkle.
5 Colors (menu group)
5.1 Constellation Lines Changes the colour of the constellation lines
5.2 Constellation Names Changes the colour of the labels used to name stars
5.3 Constellation Art Intensity Changes the brightness of the constellation artconstellation art
5.4 Constellation Boundaries Changes the colour of the constellation boundary lines
5.5 Cardinal Points Changes the colour of the cardinal points markers
5.6 Planet Names Changes the colour of the labels for planets
5.7 Planet Orbits Changes the colour of the orbital guide lines for planets
5.8 Planet Trails Changes the colour of the planet trails lines
5.9 Meridian Line Changes the colour of the meridian line
5.10 Azimuthal Grid Changes the colour of the lines and labels for the azimuthal grid
5.11 Equatorial Grid Changes the colour of the lines and labels for the equatorial grid
5.12 Equator Line Changes the colour of the equator line
5.13 Ecliptic Line Changes the colour of the ecliptic line
5.14 Nebula Names Changes the colour of the labels for nebulae
5.15 Nebula Circles Changes the colour of the circles used to denote the positions of nebulae (only when enabled int he configuration file, note this feature is off by default)
6 Effects (menu group)
6.1 Light Pollution Luminance Changes the intensity of the light pollution simulation
6.2 Landscape Used to select the landscape which Stellarium draws when ground drawing is enabled
6.3 Manual zoom Changes the behaviour of the / and \ keys. When set to “No”, these keys zoom all the way to a level defined by object type (auto zoom mode). When set to “Yes”, these keys zoom in and out a smaller amount and multiple presses are required
6.4 Object Sizing Rule When set to “Magnitude”, stars are drawn with a size based on their apparent magnitude. When set to “Point” all stars are drawn with the same size on the screen
6.5 Magnitude Sizing Multiplier Changes the size of the stars when “Object Sizing Rule” is set to “Magnitude”
6.6 Milky Way intensity Changes the brightness of the Milky Way texture
6.7 Maximum Nebula Magnitude to Label Changes the magnitude limit for labelling of nebulae
6.8 Zoom Duration Sets the time for zoom operations to take (in seconds)
6.9 Cursor Timeout Sets the number of seconds of mouse inactivity before the cursor vanishes
6.10 Setting Landscape Sets Location If “Yes” then changing the landscape will move the observer location to the location for that landscape (if one is known). Setting this to “No” means the observer location is not modified when the landscape is changed
7 Scripts (menu group)
7.1 Local Script Run a script from the scripts sub-directory of the User Directory or Installation Directory (see section Files and Directories)
7.2 CD/DVD Script Run a script from a CD or DVD (only used in planetarium set-ups)
8 Administration (menu group)
8.1 Load Default Configuration Reset all settings according to the main configuration file
8.2 Save Current Configuration as Default Save the current settings to the main configuration file
8.3 Shutdown Quit Stellarium
8.4 Update me via Internet Only used in planetarium set-ups
8.5 Set UI Locale Change the language used for the user interface
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