A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Sean C
Date: 2019 Jan 16, 21:52 -0800
"Now call up the date selector, select the day number, and hold down the up arrow key on you keyboard. Days will fly by, and you can watch the Earth's position in the sky change over the course of years."
There are other, perhaps easier ways to accomplish this. The "=" key is a shortcut to add one solar day. Holding it down will produce the same effect (without the date/time window getting in the way). You can also speed up time incrementally (up to ludicrous speed) using the "L" key. (The "J" key slows it back down and the "K" key returns to normal speed. Repeated presses of "K" stop and start time.) There are actually a lot of time incrementing shortcut options - and other options in general. You can press "F7" to see a list of all of the shortcut options and assign/change shortcut keys for each one.