A workflow question. I’d like to prepare targets beforehand with the mosaic & framing wizard and when the weather finally clears, select the target(s) for the night according to current conditions (time of year, moon/no moon, etc). As the summer break here at 60N is over four painful months you can assume that the list of prepared targets could be rather long when the next season finally begins ;).
With one object per night this is easy. Just create a sequence for each object beforehand, and then load them up for the imaging run.
However, with multiple objects per night setting up an unattended run gets a bit messy. As I see it currently there is no way to transfer targets between sequences, so the current way would be to have one mega-sequence with all the prepared targets where you enable those that you want to image that night. If the amount of targets is large this doesn’t seem very handy in the long run.
One solution could be to implement support for importing targets from another sequence. Then you could create a new sequence for the night where you import the targets you want to image, set up the time constraints and then let it run.