Développement plugins

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Indiquez votre position

Indiquez d'abord votre position ! La position par défaut est Paris en France. Vous pouvez cliquer sur votre position sur la carte dans la fenêtre de configuration ou entre vos coordonnées manuellement. N'oubliez pas de sauver vos modifications en cliquant sur "enregistrer par défaut". You can click on your location on the map in the configuration window, or enter coordinates manually. Don't forget to save the changes. Do that by clicking "set as default". From now on, the sky will look exactly as it looks where you live when you run Stellarium. If you take Stellarium along on a trip with a laptop, you will need to adjust your location of course.

Regardez autour de vous

Utilisez votre souris ou les flèches de déplacement pour regarder autour de vous.

Le zoom avant et zoom arrière

Use the page up and page down keys to zoom in and out. Zooming on nebulas or planets is very interesting...

Sélection d'objets

Use the left mouse button to select an object, the right button to deselect the object and middle mouse button or spacebar to center on the selected object.

Contrôler le temps

J slows down or reverses speed, L increases time speed, and K makes time return to normal speed. You can also use the time control buttons in the lower right of the screen.

Jouez avec les options d'affichage

Try clicking the buttons in the bottom toolbar, which will appear if you roll the mouse cursor over the status bar at the bottom left of the screen.

Ouvrir le menu d'aide

Press the F1 key for help.

La recherche d'un objet par son nom

Press F3 to open the search window. You can type in the name of a star, planet, constellation or nebula. As you type a list of matching objects is shown. Pressing TAB selects the next item in the completion list. Press RETURN or click the button in the search window to go to the object.

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