I've been watching Star Trek: TNG episodes and I noticed that several episodes end with Jean-Luc Picard standing at his ready room window, gazing out into space. However, the stars being reflected in the window don't seem to correspond with its location. The bridge is the "bump" on the top of the saucer section, and presumably faces forward towards the bow. This places the Captain's Ready Room on the port side of the "bump" with its window located in that port-side exterior wall. The curvature of the wall next to the window would seem to support that.
However, as shown in the screenshot below, when the ship is at warp the star lines reflected in the window are parallel to it, suggesting the window faces ahead towards the bow:
Either this is a production/continuity error, or I'm wrong about where the window is facing. Where exactly is Captain Picard's window located on the NCC-1701-D exterior?