Comment 8 for bug 1173254

when I wrote
..."go to" Saturn...
I was referring to the Ctrl-G command that even in the Help page is described as
Set home planet to selected planet Ctrl+G
Is it important to distinguish Ctrl-G from the "F6 method"?
I always supposed it's the same to use ctrl-G or change location via F6: why wouldn't it be so?!
I always use Ctrl-G as a shortcut to F6-choiceoflocation-choiseofplanet-enter and so on...
and in this situation I discovered that the landscape doesn't change

so, what is the difference between Ctrl-G and "F6 long method", if any??
why "Ctrl-F method" wouldn't work as the "F6 method"?

But now the problem is that even if you choose Jupiter via "F6 method", there's no change in the landscape :(

 From: Alexander Wolf <email address hidden>
To: <email address hidden>
Sent: Saturday, August 10, 2013 7:42 PM
Subject: [Bug 1173254] Re: Automatic change of landscape on planet change

In original report you say about Location window (access via F6) but why
you test it via Space Ship (Ctrl+G) now?

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  Automatic change of landscape on planet change

Status in Stellarium:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  I'm using "guereins" as a landscape (I like that ocean of grass!), but if I want to change my point of view, this landscape remains for all the other objects of the solar system...
  If you open the "Location window" (key F6) you can change your position from the list box named "Planet:" ...
  so you can "go to" Saturn but unfortunately the default landscape remains, giving us an excellent photograph of a terraphormed Ringed Planet !!


  I know it's trivial to change landscapes, but I'd like to see a minimum level of authomatism in my favorite Astronomical program!!

  BTW Starry Night Pro Plus changes landscape according to the chosen


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