For armchair exploration fun and session planning, I'd like to have their orbits displayed when "zoomed out" (eg 90 deg). I already imported an appropriate MPC list and, in the Solar System Editor plugin, I enabled to show the orbits permanently for all objects.
Orbits are plotted only when I zoom in more (eg a FOV of a few degrees). I understand why Stellarium behaves that way (to avoid clutter and keep calculations to a reasonable level), but is there a way to make it plot the orbits at wider views nonetheless? I have no magnitude limits set. I know the CPU will be busier but that's not an issue.
For comparison, I'm attaching the SSO configuration over a wide view in which the orbits of the planets and some oftheir satellites are shown - I'd like to get the same for asteroids.
Thanks for any suggestions.