The Stellarium team is proud to announce the release of version 0.11.1. This is an important bug fix release closing more than 20 bugs in the main application and in the plugins. It also brings small GUI usability improvements. A huge thanks to all community bug reporters who helped us a lot finding bugs!
We have updated the configuration file and the Solar System file, so if you have an existing Stellarium installation, you need to reset the settings after you install the new version.
Bug fix release.
- new skyculture: Arabic
- new moons and rings (LP: #815484, #834336)
- new translations for landscapes and sky cultures (LP: #849292)
- possibility to observate geo-orbiting satellites (LP: #837274)
- new cities (LP: #856343, #860206)
- misspelling on a star name (LP: #884795)
- location window: map pointer position is updated on longitude/latitude change.
- location window: fixed checking "Use as default" changing the name of the selected location to "New Location" (LP: #881613)
- Solar System Editor plug-in: a bug in the parsing of MPC lists: the epoch's Julian Day value was wrong by 0.5 JD (LP: #836839)
- Solar System Editor plug-in: crash while trying to browse for a local file (LP: #837396)
- Historical Supernovae plug-in: a bug in plug-in name (LP: #803157)
- Historical Supernovae plug-in: a bug in selected instead of nearby stars (LP: #835815)
- doesn't load localised description of skyculture/landscape if applanguage=system_default (LP: #845924)
- add/remove landscapes dialog bug in OSX 10.6.8 (LP: #812008)
- horizon line setting not saved (LP: #811945)
- orbital period totally wrong for Himalia (LP: #806174)
- flag_show_fps = false & flag_show_fov = flase (LP: #728294)
- 0.11.0 will crash if a landscape is selected with misspelled planet name (LP: #835422)
- crash on selecting off-Earth location in the Location window (LP: #834886)
- 0.11.0 crashes when switching language while location window is open (LP: #824936)
- 0.11.0 crashes when trying using custom distortion file (LP: #871313)