When using SkySafari 6 Pro I have notice that the horizon seems to be lower than expected in my area. When I use StarryNight Pro Plus 8, if I change the Elevation I notice immediately how the horizon rises, but in SkySafari when I do the same, nothing happens until I get the 10.000 meters above the ocean ( it shows a strange cubic Earth ). To program an observation is quite hard to know if an object is going to be above the horizon or not because I can't set the real elevation or correct it in case it's not accurate enough. Any solution to this?
And yes, I could use StarryNight for this, but I have a local horizon installed in SkySafari that I can't have in StarryNIght, extremely easy to install in SkySafari and not possible right now in StarryNight ( anyway, when it was possible it was really hard to make it work ). And there are features in SkySafari that I like more ( accurate time zone and current time that I don't have in StarryNight, speed as StarryNight is desperately slow lately and I have latest MacBook Pro 16" and many others ) than in StarryNight and viceversa. It would be great if someday both apps combine in just one with the best of both.
Thank you in advanced