I’ve never come across anyone else asking for this, but I so. completely. agree!
Especially for habit trackers, time trackers, and calendars, or anything that automatically rolls over tasks or counters. I had some other examples too, but can’t recall.
Sometimes I wonder how annoying it would be to just set my computer’s time to a timezone shifted 3 or 4 hours. I imagine that would have some unintended side effects, and make scheduling things more difficult.
Brainstorming, I wonder if a good workaround would be to use some kind of snippet manager to jump to an Obsidian URI that matched your daily note. For example, in MacOS, I bet Alfred App has the necessary tools to do that. Or Mac or Linux could likely write a script that would calculate the offset date string and copy it to your clipboard, and send that to some URI launcher. Windows, I have no idea.