Hi! I tried to know the next date and time when relatively rare and often photographed by amateurs double or even rarer triple moons jupiter shadows transits (photographed by HST too) seen on jupiter disk simultaneously.
But its hard to do by manual method in SFP 6 by jogging the time forward or clicking out next shadow transit event clock icon in data section of jupiter and seeing if another moon shadow event simultaneously happening.
On internet at other resources, its very randomly available when there are next such multiple shadow events and no timetable of 2019 or onwards.
Thus i felt if its more easy to do programatically by your experts would love to have that dates displayed in data section just like next shadow transits are shown, next double and triple shadow transit dates can also be shown (it can be as location agnostic data as solar eclipse dates in data section of sun since once rough timings are known, user can navigate to that date and check themselves if jupiter above horizon from their location etc.)