Using the CTRL+1 through CTRL+0 hotkeys to set a screen-position hotkey on one asteroid and using the corresponding SHIFT+1 through SHIFT+0 hotkeys on a different one do not work as expected.
Admittedly, it's not immediately clear if these hotkeys should be asteroid-specific in the future or unique across all of them, but I'm pretty sure the current behavior is unintended.
Example #1: a position on the first asteroid
CTRL+0 was used to save this screen position on my first asteroid, "Smellito".
A map overview (thanks to ALT+S):
Using SHIFT+0 on my second asteroid, "Ottista":
If I press SHIFT+0 in ALT+S mode, the view will be centered far, far off-screen. The image below is what I saw on my best attempt to keep the mouse cursor at the exact center that results from ALT+S -> SHIFT+0, then zooming out until the actual map is in view. (No intentional left-right or up-down scrolling.)
Example 2: a position on the second asteroid
CTRL+1 was used here on my second asteroid, "Ottista".
A zoomed-out map of "Ottista":
The result of using SHIFT+0 on the first asteroid, "Smellito":
Comparing this against Smellito's map, this is just above the edge of the... uh... "cooled magma" (?) biome on the starting asteroid, near the bottom-right corner.
Using ALT+S -> SHIFT+1, centering the cursor and then zooming out (like before):
One more fun thing: this time, I dropped ALT+S while zoomed out and noticed something quite interesting. This is from very shortly after a file reload, before all the notifications stabilize:
There are small notification symbols visible in the blacked-out area... and they line up with those from the second base!
The attached save file has these hotkeys set, so feel free to verify the behavior for yourselves.
- Have a base on at least two in-game asteroids / maps.
- Use CTRL+1 to set a hotkey on one asteroid / map.
- Swap to a different in-game asteroid / map.
- Use SHIFT+1 in an attempt to shift your view to the saved screen-position hotkey.