21 votes Vote

Extend lines to "horizon".

I would like to see the sun line all the way to the edge of the map, even if I zoom in or move the view so the position marker is way outside the current view.

Daniel Nilsson , 16.02.2011, 14:09
Idea status: under consideration


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Steve, 25.03.2015, 12:44
This would be incredibly helpful. In my case I'd like to work out where to position myself to catch the sun setting behind certain buildings which could be several miles away.
Meiki67, 13.04.2016, 08:57
This is my personal most urgent need - today when zooming-out I have to work with a manual ruler to see where the sun will rise above the far away mountains

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