I am trying to use Starry Nights to make graphics to teach framing camera shots for the upcoming 2024 total solar eclipse. To start out I have made a 50mm FOV rectangle and I can add it to the screen. But if I have the Starry Nights opened to show a flat landscape horizon at the bottom (149° x 86°) the FOV indicator is below the Sun which is at about 63 degrees for this eclipse simulating it from Waco, Texas. I can find no way to "unlock" the FOV indicator and move it where I want it, up higher in the sky where the eclipse is occurring? I can only drag the Sun down into the FOV indicator and this severely bends the horizon. Software Bisques, The SkyX allows this move of a FOV, but for what I am doing right now I like the graphics in Starry Nights 8 better. Any suggestions?
Can A FOV Indicator Be Moved? Or Is It Always Centered In The Sky? (Answer: Always Centered)